Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. wrote: > Does sound like a bug in GStreamer or the GStreamer plugin in use. I would > suggest generating a test file that can be shared with the Totem team and > filing a bug with them. Hopefully they will be able to help you locate the > misbehaving GStreamer plugin and get the test data to the correct > developer(s). Be sure the test file works correctly in as many free-software > players as possible and DOESN'T work in the latest release of Totem. > The fact is that I'm using Debian Lenny, and thus $ totem --version GNOME totem 2.22.2 Another problem is that the sound is done for an university project, and I can't share it. Do you know if some modifications were made to Totem, on this particular subject? I might try deforming the sound sufficiently to share it. > It may be possible that you discover along the way that Debian is affected > because of old versions or packaging bugs or both. If that's the case, fling > a bug against the proper Debian package (probably one of the GStream plugins) > would be appreciated. > > I suggest going to upstream with this first because it seems unlikely that the > GStreamer packaging process would break totem, but that's just my guess. > Thanks for the info. -- Merciadri Luca See http://www.student.montefiore.ulg.ac.be/~merciadri/ I use PGP. If there is an incompatibility problem with your mail client, please contact me.
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