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Re: [Swftools-common] New info -- Was: Problems with avi2swf

From: Amartyo Banerjee
Subject: Re: [Swftools-common] New info -- Was: Problems with avi2swf
Date: Tue, 18 Nov 2003 10:54:15 -0800 (PST)

> Found it, thanks! 

Glad to have helped.

> It seems avi2swf crashes if the video file doesn't have any audio
> streams to be converted.
> Strange that no one (including me) ever tried that before. :)
> Anyway, it should be fixed now in the current CVS version.

I just downloaded the latest version. There is no crash anymore.
But, when I do 'avi2swf 30sec.avi', this is the output I get:
<init> : Avifile CVS-0.7.39-031007-11:59-gcc version 3.2 (Mandrake Linux 9.0 
<init> : Available CPU flags: fpu vme de pse tsc msr pae mce cx8 apic sep mtrr 
e mca cmov pat pse36 clflush dts acpi mmx fxsr sse sse2 ss ht tm
<init> : 1900.06 MHz Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 1.90GHz processor detected
<reader> : checking: 30sec.avi
<AVI reader> : MainHeader: MicroSecPerFrame=40000 MaxBytesPerSec=25000
 PaddingGranularity=0 Flags=[ HAS_INDEX IS_INTERLEAVED TRUST_CKTYPE ] 
 InitialFrames=0 Streams=1 SuggestedBufferSize=1048576 WxH=352x288
 Scale=0 Rate=0 Start=0 Length=0
<AVI reader> : StreamHeader: Type=vids Handler=DIVX Flags=[ ]
 InitialFrames=0 Scale=1 Rate=25 Start=0 Length=750
 SuggestedBufferSize=1048576 Quality=-1 SampleSize=0 Rect l,r,t,b=0,352,0,288
<AVI reader> : Reading index from offset: 1041184
<AVI reader> : Stream 0 vids : DIVX (0x58564944) 750 chunks (2.93KB)
<StreamCache> : Creating cache for file descriptor: 4
<reader> : Initialized video stream (chunk tblsz: 750, fmtsz: 40)
Couldn't open video stream
<LDT keeper> : Installed fs segment: 0x40013000
<codec keeper> : Found 11 plugins (/usr/local/lib/avifile-0.7,A:41,V:84)
<XviD plugin> : XviD linux decoder
<codec keeper> : XviD video decoder created

<CImage> : Cannot convert non-YUV image to BGR24
Converting frame 0

Is avi2swf only meant to work with avi files that don't contain any audio ?
Would it help if I posted another gdb session ?

Thanks for all the trouble, and sorry for asking so many questions :)

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