|Summary:||kde-apps/kdenlive: various issues|
|Product:||Gentoo Linux||Reporter:||Chris <cjdl01>|
|Component:||Current packages||Assignee:||Gentoo KDE team <kde>|
|Whiteboard:||fixed in 19.04.3|
|Package list:||Runtime testing required:||---|
|Bug Depends on:||688912|
Description Chris 2019-07-02 14:09:20 UTC
Comment 1 Andreas Sturmlechner 2019-07-02 14:21:57 UTC
It sounds to me as if you do not have user rights to your GL driver. I'm not sure what library you are talking about, but I added a clip to a new project, started playback, added effects back and forth, and no crash of kdenlive-19.04.2 at all.
Comment 2 Chris 2019-07-02 14:55:23 UTC
I most certainly do have access to the video card. The library I'm referring to is the window in the upper left of the interface (by default) where all your imported clips reside. You can drag these clips onto the timeline for editing. I never said that kde 19.04.2 crashed. I said it is adding several black frames to the end of the rendered clip.
Comment 3 Andreas Sturmlechner 2019-07-02 15:53:35 UTC
(In reply to Chris from comment #2) > I never said that kde 19.04.2 crashed. I said it is adding several black > frames to the end of the rendered clip. But you said it about 18.12.3.
Comment 4 Chris 2019-07-02 19:11:34 UTC
That is correct. You had stated: "... I added a clip to a new project, started playback, added effects back and forth, and no crash of kdenlive-19.04.2 at all." So I was just clarifying that I never had a problem with 19.04.2 crashing. However, it is worth mentioning at this point that, after adding the kde overlay and installing kdenlive-19.04.49.9999, the problems did abate. Similarly the latest appimage from kde does not have either of these problems. So the bad news is that there are issues in the two versions in portage... but the good news is that the next release should fix them. Hopefully that will manifest in the next few days.
Comment 5 Andreas Sturmlechner 2019-07-15 06:08:09 UTC
It's why you file one bug per issue. 19.04.3 is in gentoo ebuild repo.