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Re: [Linphone-users] Linphone Beta

From: John White
Subject: Re: [Linphone-users] Linphone Beta
Date: Thu, 25 Apr 2013 10:21:06 -0700
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I tried the new beta but it gives me the error while "loading shared libraries"

Thoughts? I added path to on /etc to and that didn't help.

I am still not using linphone because of dropped incoming calls, per my earlier email. I don't think I had a response to that earlier email, complaining that far too often linphone dropped incoming calls after about 40 seconds.


Ghislain Mary wrote:

I just committed a fix for this issue. When disabling ffmpeg every video rendering filters in mediastreamer2 were disabled at compilation time because most of them depend on ffmpeg for scaling (the Xv and SDL rendering filters have this dependency). However the OpenGL rending filter doesn't have this dependency but was disabled anyway. So now we try to enable the OpenGL rendering filter when ffmpeg is disabled. But for it to be enabled you need to have the OpenGL development headers and libraries installed. So if you should now be able to have video with the VP8 codec without ffmpeg using the OpenGL renderer. Please try and let us now the result.


On 25 April 2013 01:53, <address@hidden <mailto:address@hidden>> wrote:


    I compiled linphone- for Fedora 18 with --disable-ffmpeg
    option, now build was successful, without mandatory ffmpeg for
    video support error  which was in previous versions.
    Does it mean that video calls possible now with vp8 and theora codecs
    and without ffmpeg?
    ffmpeg is not available in Fedora repos because of problems with

    When I select in main menu "Enable self-view" linphone crashes:

    #0  ms_filter_call_method (f=0x0, address@hidden,
    address@hidden) at base/msfilter.c:198
    #1  0xb7e81db3 in video_preview_start (stream=0x82364d8,
    device=0x816d0a8) at voip/videostream.c:703
    #2  0xb7f7610a in toggle_video_preview (address@hidden,
    val=1 '\001') at linphonecore.c:4361
    #3  0xb7f7e1fe in linphone_core_iterate (address@hidden) at
    #4  0x0805b2c2 in linphone_gtk_iterate (lc=0x815d630) at main.c:557
    #5  linphone_gtk_iterate (address@hidden) at main.c:547
    #6  0xb6c94e50 in g_timeout_dispatch
    (address@hidden, callback=0x805b290
    <linphone_gtk_iterate>, user_data=0x815d630) at gmain.c:4026
    #7  0xb6c9415b in g_main_dispatch (context=0x80c7250,
    address@hidden) at gmain.c:2715
    #8  g_main_context_dispatch (address@hidden) at
    #9  0xb6c94500 in g_main_context_iterate (context=0x80c7250,
    address@hidden, address@hidden, self=<optimized
    out>) at gmain.c:3290
    #10 0xb6c94963 in g_main_loop_run (address@hidden) at
    #11 0xb7403040 in IA__gtk_main () at gtkmain.c:1257
    #12 0x08058bd5 in main (argc=1, argv=0xbffff064) at main.c:1994

    Margaux Clerc wrote:

    > Hi,
    > Before the next release of Linphone , a beta version is
    available here :
    > The new features are :
    > - reworked UI
    > - chat messages storage
    > - uPnP
    > - ICE
    > - Call stats and call recording
    > Please take time to polish translations and report bugs before the
    > final version.
    > --
    > Margaux Clerc
    Alexey Kurov <address@hidden

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