#20 1.2 errors on capture gvidcap undefined symbol: __fixunsdfi

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2006-07-15
2003-12-29
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I tried to find the prefs settings for activating audio
under xvidcap but no luck so I went to gvidcap... the
gvidcap looks much cleaner with KDE.

Thinking that gvidcap was dying because of bad audio
stream I tested the audio; record and play do work with
the builtin system tools rec and play.

The error
gvidcap: relocation error: gvidcap: undefined symbol:
__fixunsdfdi

I checked the man pages re: audio and noted there was
nothing specifically on mp2 nor did the ~/.xvidcap.scf
mention mp2. I'm not at all familiar with the audio
encoding standards so wasn't sure what to make of the
mps appearing here:
Stream #0.1: Audio: mp2, 22050 Hz, mono, 32 kb/s

I am unable to capture video with gvidcap through the
GUI. More testing required to identify workarounds.

On starting to record a video I get immediate an crash:

$ :gvidcap
Input #0, audio_device, from '/dev/dsp':
Duration: N/A, bitrate: N/A
Stream #0.0: Audio: pcm_s16le, 22050 Hz, mono, 352 kb/s
Output #0, avi, to
'file:///home/denny/download/capture-01.mpeg.gz':
Stream #0.0: Video: mpeg4, 192x144, 5.00 fps, q=2-31,
300 kb/s
Stream #0.1: Audio: mp2, 22050 Hz, mono, 32 kb/s
gvidcap: relocation error: gvidcap: undefined symbol:
__fixunsdfdi
--------------------
changing the name of the mpeg in the prefs. stuck (from
1 to 2) but all other prefs from the gui were ignored)

$ :gvidcap
Input #0, audio_device, from '/dev/dsp':
Duration: N/A, bitrate: N/A
Stream #0.0: Audio: pcm_s16le, 22050 Hz, mono, 352 kb/s
Output #0, avi, to
'file:///home/denny/download/capture-02.mpeg.gz':
Stream #0.0: Video: mpeg4, 192x144, 5.00 fps, q=2-31,
300 kb/s
Stream #0.1: Audio: mp2, 22050 Hz, mono, 32 kb/s
gvidcap: relocation error: gvidcap: undefined symbol:
__fixunsdfdi

Discussion

  • Dennis Daniels

    Dennis Daniels - 2003-12-29

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    BTW xvidcap DOES work with audio :)

     
  • Karl H. Beckers

    Karl H. Beckers - 2003-12-29

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    (update)
    this is a duplicate of 841223
    It has nothing to do with audio.
    What distribution are you using? What version of libgcc?
    If you're using Debian testing or unstable, please use the
    deb with testing in the filename or compile from source.

    Karl.

     
  • Karl H. Beckers

    Karl H. Beckers - 2005-01-04
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  • Karl H. Beckers

    Karl H. Beckers - 2005-01-04

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    (closing)
    since I no longer have a woody sytem, this problem should no
    longer occur. However that means that people with systems
    running woody will need to build xvidcap from source. My
    current plan is to stay on sarge however, when that
    stabilizes. So there will be packages for stable again, once
    sarge is the current stable Debian release. Since all other
    binary packages are now build on their respective native
    systems, this error should no longer occur for those
    distributions either.

     
  • Karl H. Beckers

    Karl H. Beckers - 2006-07-15

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    (closing ... outdated)

     
  • Karl H. Beckers

    Karl H. Beckers - 2006-07-15
    • status: open-out-of-date --> closed-out-of-date
     

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