Thanks for the reply. In gstreamer-1.0 gst-ffmpeg has been replaced by
gst-libav (which is installed). My video plays on all machines using
mplayer and things like gst-play-1.0 or totem. When it works (on
gstreamer-0.10 boxes), the presentation is what these external tools
Finally I ran LO under strace on a system that only has 1.0 installed.
I see various gst-0.10 files that came with LO being opened, e.g.,
and failures for -0.10 related libs in the system directories. Nowhere
do I see any attempt (failed or not) to open a 1.0 lib/module.
On Thu, 2014-01-30 at 16:11 -0500, Paul D. Mirowsky wrote:
Also note: you need to make sure that gstreamer-ffmpeg (in my case
gstreamer-0_10-ffmpeg) is installed - et voila, it works.
On 1/29/2014 5:44 PM, David Ronis wrote:
I have a presentation that contains a mpeg video. It works on some
Linux machines, but not on others. I finally realized that the
difference seems to be in the version of gstreamer installed: version
0.10 works, version 1.0 doesn't.
Other than the obvious installation of both versions (which causes
problems elsewhere, is there a 1.0 version of LO?
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