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tcrassWed Mar-03-10 09:47 AM
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#3621, "kino dies with libavformat52 'relocation error' when importing DV via firewire"


          

Hi there,

although I am doing most of my video editing with kdenlive, I still use kino for DV import from my camcorder (for historical reasons). However, after a recent upgrade of my Debian Sid system, kino reproducibly dies after importing the first clip with the following messagen:

<...>
reader < # inFrames: 23, # outFrames: 25
reader < # inFrames: 23, # outFrames: 25
reader < # inFrames: 23, # outFrames: 25
>>> Trying /home/tcrass/video/__clips__/gruene04/gruene04-002.avi
>>>> Registering /home/tcrass/video/__clips__/gruene04/gruene04-002.avi
with
>>>> the tracker
>>> File /home/tcrass/video/__clips__/gruene04/gruene04-001.avi returned
>>> from tracker
>>> using audio from separate AVI audio stream
reader < # inFrames: 23, # outFrames: 25
kino: relocation error: kino: symbol av_new_packet, version LIBAVFORMAT_52
not defined in file libavformat.so.52 with link time reference

I've already filed a bug report at bugs.debian.org, but since there has not been a single reply for about two weeks, I wonder if anyone hereabouts might know how to circumvent this problem...?

Best regards --

tcrass

  

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