Re: Captured Video Not Producing Sound on Some Systems
On 10/23/2010 06:22 PM, Scarletdown wrote:
On 10/23/10, Ron Johnson<email@example.com> wrote:
Do you have http://www.debian-multimedia.org in your sources.list?
It's there. Yes
Do you have libfaad2 installed on the static-playing machine?
libfaad2 is on both systems. (2.7-4)
COLUMNS=160 dpkg -l | cut -c5-39 | grep ^lib
It's all about the libraries...
I presume that having the right libraries would get it to play on the
However, that would still leave the underlying problem in
place. These videos should be playable on any system that can play
Unless YouTube does some conversion.
It seems to me that the ideal method would be to
troubleshoot the video files without installing any new libraries on
the computer being used to do the trouble shooting. I figure that
once the files are fixed to where this one can play them, then they
should work on pretty much any system. Or is your sage quote about
the libraries indicating that this system would actually be able to
then encode the files properly so that they are playable on any other
What I'm saying is that if Machine A has libraries X, Y & Z and can
play the file (both audio & video) in question, then Machine B
*should* also be able to play the file if it too has the same
versions of libraries X, Y & Z as does Machine A.
Anyway, here is the list of the libraries on both systems:
(Problem child system)
(Warning, ginormous list, Have no idea what I should have removed
What does *one* machine's list of libraries do us any good? You
need to diff the two machine's list of libraries.
Seek truth from facts.