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Author Topic: 20110924 openshot-1.4.0 [VL7.0]  (Read 1694 times)
stretchedthin
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« on: September 24, 2011, 09:15:06 pm »

stretchedthin has built a new Openshot package for VectorLinux 7.0.

For those curious to see what it is here is some video
OpenShot Video Editor
Green screen with OpenShot or Kdenlive
   
      
   
Code:
openshot: openshot (an open-source video editor)
openshot:
openshot: OpenShot Video Editor(TM) is an open-source program that creates,
openshot: modifies, and edits video files.
openshot:
openshot:
openshot:
openshot: License: GPLv3
openshot: Authors: Refer to AUTHORS
openshot: Website: http://www.openshot.org
   
   After testing this package please stop back here and let us know how it works for you.
   
« Last Edit: September 24, 2011, 09:20:09 pm by stretchedthin » Logged

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scififry
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« Reply #1 on: November 24, 2011, 11:27:11 am »

Won't work on VL7 64-bit Beta1:
Code:
------------------------- ERROR 1 ------------------------------
Failed to import 'from openshot import main'
Error Message: cannot import name main
----------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------
   OpenShot (version 1.4.0)
--------------------------------
Process no longer exists: 3101.  Creating new pid lock file.

------------------------- ERROR 2 ------------------------------
Failed to import 'from openshot.openshot import main'
Error Message: No module named xdg.IconTheme
----------------------------------------------------------------

OpenShot has failed to import some of the Python files or libraries
required for our application to run.  Here are some trouble shooting
tips:

Tip 1) Check if MLT can be successfully imported in Python.  Run the
 following commands, and see if any errors are displayed.  If you get
 an error, you need to investigate the correct way to install MLT.
 NOTE:  Do not type the $ or >> characters in the examples below.

       $ python
       >> import mlt
       >> mlt.Factory().init()

Tip 2) If MLT is working from the first example, then the next tip is
 to look at the above error messages very closely, and google for more
 help.  It's likely the problem is already reported, and maybe there is
 a simple work-around.  Also, you can search for bugs or report a new
 bug at https://bugs.launchpad.net/openshot.  Good luck!
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« Reply #2 on: November 24, 2011, 02:38:39 pm »

@ scififry

Thanks for testing out 64bit VL. The more you can do the better. Slackbuild scripts that were used in VL7.0 32bit were run on the 64bit machine and everything that produced a .txz file was put up.  But as you can see that does not always work and the only way for us to know it to have feed back like this, so I hope you find time to let us know of more of these.

I'll take care of openshot, give me a day.
Thanks
 
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« Reply #3 on: November 25, 2011, 11:43:04 pm »

@scififry
OK, think I got it.
Could you uninstall openshot and mlt (mlt may not be installed, but just incase) and try again.
Thanks.
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« Reply #4 on: November 27, 2011, 07:51:54 am »

No prob testing VL 64, I have to thank you and all other VL devels! Smiley Works really fine!
I'll try testing other VL 64 packages when I find some time.

New Openshot package works, but the frei0r package in the repos seems to be outdated/not working:
Code:
Not all effects can be loaded. OpenShot can not find the frei0r effect library installed. Please install the frei0r-plugins package from your package manager.

OpenShot will still continue to work, but will have less effects to choose from.
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« Reply #5 on: November 27, 2011, 12:59:59 pm »

No prob testing VL 64, I have to thank you and all other VL devels! Smiley Works really fine!
I'll try testing other VL 64 packages when I find some time.

New Openshot package works, but the frei0r package in the repos seems to be outdated/not working:
Code:
Not all effects can be loaded. OpenShot can not find the frei0r effect library installed. Please install the frei0r-plugins package from your package manager.

OpenShot will still continue to work, but will have less effects to choose from.

Mlt is probably the problem here, I guessing you still have the old one installed.
try removing the current installation of mlt with gslapt, then update gslapt, then install again.
Should work, tested ok here for me.
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scififry
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« Reply #6 on: November 27, 2011, 02:27:34 pm »

You guessed right, this was the case. Should work now; Openshot is giving me no further startup warnings anymore.

Just did a removepkg on the old mlt package because removing it using Gslapt would've removed the working Openshot package too, then I installed the new mlt package using Gslapt.
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« Reply #7 on: December 17, 2011, 07:12:45 pm »

I get this error

vector:/~
herpy:$ openshot

------------------------- ERROR 1 ------------------------------
Failed to import 'from openshot import main'
Error Message: cannot import name main
----------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------
   OpenShot (version 1.4.0)
--------------------------------
Process no longer exists: 28316.  Creating new pid lock file.

------------------------- ERROR 2 ------------------------------
Failed to import 'from openshot.openshot import main'
Error Message: No module named xdg.IconTheme
----------------------------------------------------------------

OpenShot has failed to import some of the Python files or libraries
required for our application to run.  Here are some trouble shooting
tips:

Tip 1) Check if MLT can be successfully imported in Python.  Run the
 following commands, and see if any errors are displayed.  If you get
 an error, you need to investigate the correct way to install MLT.
 NOTE:  Do not type the $ or >> characters in the examples below.

       $ python
       >> import mlt
       >> mlt.Factory().init()

Tip 2) If MLT is working from the first example, then the next tip is
 to look at the above error messages very closely, and google for more
 help.  It's likely the problem is already reported, and maybe there is
 a simple work-around.  Also, you can search for bugs or report a new
 bug at https://bugs.launchpad.net/openshot.  Good luck!
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« Reply #8 on: December 17, 2011, 09:29:17 pm »

Install pyxdg from gslapt that will fix the problem.

It must have been taken out when you uninstalled something else.
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