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[bug#28398] Xfburn

From: ng0
Subject: [bug#28398] Xfburn
Date: Fri, 29 Dec 2017 16:39:42 +0000

Thomas Schmitt transcribed 2.0K bytes:
> Hi,
> the patches look good to me (which does not have to mean much),
> About the Xfburn 
> ng0 wrote:
> > 1. No Drive found (thanks Cpt. Obvious, I have no optical drive here).
> You may at least try creating an ISO image file instead of burning.
> Choose "New Data Composition", click the "+ Add" button, choose some
> file by single click (double click crashes my local Xfburn), click
> the "Add" button at the lower left, click "Proceed to Burn" at the
> lower left, check "Only create ISO" and choose a file name for the ISO
> image file.
> There is a software emulator for some combinations of optical drives
> and media types:
> It is quite a poor surrogate to a real DVD or BD drive, but at least
> the current bug carer of K3B uses it with some success.

I didn't use cdemu - I would need to package that - but I mounted the data
collection type .iso I recorded into an ISO file. From what I can tell, it 

I have issues with the icons, but that's just my personal WM/DM (which is 
pretty sminimal)
and can be addressed later on (this is trivial and you just need the right icon 

I'll attach the latest patches.
Let's just merge this now and address the rest later, okay?
I have other issues I need to work on, and from where I stand this
is done - all the basic issues have been fixed.
I appreciate the help Thomas, thanks for what you have done. It's
extraordinary, we usually don't get it like this.

> > 2. More concerning:
> >    Failed to initialize gstreamer transcoder: An error occurred setting
> > gstreamer up for transcoding
> >   (falling back to basic implementation)
> In
> i see the advise to do
>   sudo apt-get install --no-install-recommends gstreamer0.10-plugins-good 
> gstreamer0.10-plugins-ugly
> and a comment saying that installing of "qtstreamer-plugins,
> gstreamer1.0-libav, libgstreamer-perl, ruby-clutter-gstreamer" did the
> trick, too.
> So it seems to be about finding the packages which contain the desired
> software. Looking at the dependencies list of
> i'd say that this might become a lengthy adventure, if not these lines
> in 0003-gnu-Add-xfburn.patch already pull in most of it:
> +       ("gstreamer" ,gstreamer)
> +       ("gst-plugins-base" ,gst-plugins-base)
> gstreamer should not be necessary for the tasks of "New Data Composition",
> "Burn Image", and "Blank Disc".
> I expect no need for it in the task of "Audio CD" if the input files are
> already converted to .wav with the properties "uncompressed headerless PCM,
> 44100 Hz, 16 bit, stereo".
> Have a nice day :)
> Thomas

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