[Cin] megapile 12 (freebsd, ffmpeg 5, dynamic build, opencv trim)

Phyllis Smith phylsmith2017 at gmail.com
Mon May 2 17:43:37 CEST 2022

Andrea -- Oops, you do have to be "root" unless you do the workaround as
described in the manual but this is just a simple one time test to see if
you have the same problem that I do.

On Mon, May 2, 2022 at 9:36 AM Phyllis Smith <phylsmith2017 at gmail.com>

> *Andrea,* since you have the megapatches all in, could you run the binary
> and test "truehd"?  These are the steps:
>    load file
>    File-> BD Render
>    Profile - use down arrow to choose *Truehd* and take rest of defaults
>    Ignore Warning about root because you do not need to actually create
> bluray media
>    It will automatically stop CinGG and you will be at a terminal window
>    See if you get the same error message that I get or whatever you get:
> + mount -t udf -o loop /tmp/bd_20220502-092612/bd.udfs
> /tmp/bd_20220502-092612/udfs
> + bdwrite /tmp/bd_20220502-092612/udfs /tmp/bd_20220502-092612/bd.m2ts
> *unknown bluray audio format 0 ch*
> On Mon, May 2, 2022 at 5:17 AM Andrea paz via Cin <
> cin at lists.cinelerra-gg.org> wrote:
>> Tried the build with megapatch_12. Everything OK: it compiles without
>> errors.
>> I enclose cin5_ffmpeg4.log. There are many "warning+error" concerning
>> Latex and the html manual and many "warning" concerning c++. I don't
>> know if they are important or not; everything works fine for me.
>> TrueHD loading and playback works fine; I tried it with 2 examples
>> containing video and 22 audio tracks. I have not tested the encoder.
>> Otherwise, I wouldn't know what to test since I don't have
>> termux/bsd/bluray. You tell me what to test.
>> Then I tried a build with --without-thirdparty (also removing dv;
>> libdpx and firewire), to get ffmpeg5 working. Everything works fine.
>> As I noticed before, putting opencv plugins is not possible: CinGG
>> doesn't start. Incompatibility with ffmpeg5?
>> I attach cin5_ffmpeg5.log, if you want to make comparisons. There are
>> some warnings but not the same as I had with internal ffmpeg4.
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