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Old 8th May 2009, 05:47 PM
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dvd-slideshow problem

Hi.

When I try to create a slideshow with

Code:
dvd-slideshow -n project project.txt
a get the following error:

Code:
[dvd-slideshow]            dvd-slideshow 0.8.0
[dvd-slideshow]            Licensed under the GNU GPL
[dvd-slideshow]            Copyright 2003-2006 by Scott Dylewski
[dvd-slideshow]            
[dvd-slideshow] Output directory not specified.
[dvd-slideshow] Using /home/dirk/Pictures/video
[dvd-slideshow] Parsing input file project.txt
[dvd-slideshow] ###########################################################
[dvd-slideshow] Found 10 images.
[dvd-slideshow] Found 0 audio files.
[dvd-slideshow] Found 1 background slides.
[dvd-slideshow] Found 0 title slides.
[dvd-slideshow] Found 11 transitions (fadein/fadeout/crossfade/wipe).
[dvd-slideshow] Video: PAL 720x576 25fps 4:3
[dvd-slideshow] Audio: AC3 48000 192
[dvd-slideshow] Debug=0  Autocrop=0 Subtitles=dvd Border=0
[dvd-slideshow] Using SMP optimizations for multi-processor machines
[dvd-slideshow] Title_font=...r/share/fonts/default/Type1/n019004l.pfb
[dvd-slideshow] Subtitle_font=...r/share/fonts/default/Type1/n019004l.pfb
[dvd-slideshow] Total audio length = 
[dvd-slideshow] Total video length = 0:3:2.000
[dvd-slideshow] Temp dir is .../Pictures/video/dvd-slideshow_temp_22177
[dvd-slideshow] Creating black background
[dvd-slideshow]############################################################
[dvd-slideshow] Creating black background
[dvd-slideshow]############################################################
[dvd-slideshow] Applying Fadein to next image 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]###########################################################
[dvd-slideshow] 1/10 /home/dirk/Pictures/test/00010.jpg 0:0:18.000
[dvd-slideshow]############################################################
[dvd-slideshow] Applying Crossfade between images 0:0:2.000
[dvd-slideshow]#########################################################
[dvd-slideshow] 2/10 /home/dirk/Pictures/test/00011.jpg 0:0:18.000
[dvd-slideshow]############################################################
[dvd-slideshow] Applying Crossfade between images 0:0:2.000
[dvd-slideshow]#########################################################
[dvd-slideshow] 3/10 /home/dirk/Pictures/test/00012.jpg 0:0:18.000
[dvd-slideshow]############################################################
[dvd-slideshow] Applying Crossfade between images 0:0:2.000
[dvd-slideshow]#########################################################
[dvd-slideshow] 4/10 /home/dirk/Pictures/test/00013.jpg 0:0:18.000
[dvd-slideshow]############################################################
[dvd-slideshow] Applying Crossfade between images 0:0:2.000
[dvd-slideshow]#########################################################
[dvd-slideshow] 5/10 /home/dirk/Pictures/test/00014.jpg 0:0:18.000
[dvd-slideshow]############################################################
[dvd-slideshow] Applying Crossfade between images 0:0:2.000
[dvd-slideshow]#########################################################
[dvd-slideshow] 6/10 /home/dirk/Pictures/test/00015.jpg 0:0:18.000
[dvd-slideshow]############################################################
[dvd-slideshow] Applying Crossfade between images 0:0:2.000
[dvd-slideshow]#########################################################
[dvd-slideshow] 7/10 /home/dirk/Pictures/test/00016.jpg 0:0:18.000
[dvd-slideshow]############################################################
[dvd-slideshow] Applying Crossfade between images 0:0:2.000
[dvd-slideshow]#########################################################
[dvd-slideshow] 8/10 /home/dirk/Pictures/test/00017.jpg 0:0:18.000
[dvd-slideshow]############################################################
[dvd-slideshow] Applying Crossfade between images 0:0:2.000
[dvd-slideshow]#########################################################
[dvd-slideshow] 9/10 /home/dirk/Pictures/test/00018.jpg 0:0:18.000
[dvd-slideshow]############################################################
[dvd-slideshow] Applying Crossfade between images 0:0:2.000
[dvd-slideshow]#########################################################
[dvd-slideshow] 10/10 /home/dirk/Pictures/test/00019.jpg 0:0:18.000
[dvd-slideshow]############################################################
[dvd-slideshow] Doing fadeOUT to background....
[dvd-slideshow] Applying Fadeout to previous image 0:0:1.000
[dvd-slideshow]###########################################################
[dvd-slideshow] background 0:0:2.000
[dvd-slideshow] Displaying background black
[dvd-slideshow]############################################################
[dvd-slideshow] waiting for encoder to finish...
[dvd-slideshow]#####################################
[dvd-slideshow] No audio files passed.  Using 0:3:2.000 silence.
[dvd-slideshow] Working on track 1 audio file 0
[dvd-slideshow] silence
[dvd-slideshow] Creating silence audio file for 0:3:2.000
sox: invalid option -- 'w'
sox: SoX v14.2.0

Failed: invalid option

Usage summary: [gopts] [[fopts] infile]... [fopts] outfile [effect [effopts]]...

SPECIAL FILENAMES (infile, outfile):
-                        Pipe/redirect input/output (stdin/stdout); use with -t
-d, --default-device     Use the default audio device (where available)
-n, --null               Use the `null' file handler; e.g. with synth effect
-p, --sox-pipe           Alias for `-t sox -'

SPECIAL FILENAMES (infile only):
"|program [options] ..." Pipe input from external program (where supported)
http://server/file       Use the given URL as input file (where supported)

GLOBAL OPTIONS (gopts) (can be specified at any point before the first effect):
--buffer BYTES           Set the size of all processing buffers (default 8192)
--combine concatenate    Concatenate multiple input files (default for sox, rec)
--combine sequence       Sequence multiple input files (default for play)
--effects-file FILENAME  File containing effects and options
-h, --help               Display version number and usage information
--help-effect NAME       Show usage of effect NAME, or NAME=all for all
--help-format NAME       Show info on format NAME, or NAME=all for all
--input-buffer BYTES     Override the input buffer size (default: as --buffer)
--interactive            Prompt to overwrite output file
-m, --combine mix        Mix multiple input files (instead of concatenating)
-M, --combine merge      Merge multiple input files (instead of concatenating)
--plot gnuplot|octave    Generate script to plot response of filter effect
-q, --no-show-progress   Run in quiet mode; opposite of -S
--replay-gain track|album|off  Default: off (sox, rec), track (play)
-R                       Use default random numbers (same on each run of SoX)
-S, --show-progress      Display progress while processing audio data
--version                Display version number of SoX and exit
-V[LEVEL]                Increment or set verbosity level (default 2); levels:
                           1: failure messages
                           2: warnings
                           3: details of processing
                           4-6: increasing levels of debug messages
FORMAT OPTIONS (fopts):
Input file format options need only be supplied for files that are headerless.
Output files will have the same format as the input file where possible and not
overriden by any of various means including providing output format options.

-v|--volume FACTOR       Input file volume adjustment factor (real number)
-t|--type FILETYPE       File type of audio
-s/-u/-f/-U/-A/-i/-a/-g  Encoding type=signed-integer/unsigned-integer/floating-
                         point/mu-law/a-law/ima-adpcm/ms-adpcm/gsm-full-rate
-e|--encoding ENCODING   Set encoding (ENCODING in above list)
-b|--bits BITS           Encoded sample size in bits
-1/-2/-3/-4/-8           Encoded sample size in bytes
-N|--reverse-nibbles     Encoded nibble-order
-X|--reverse-bits        Encoded bit-order
--endian little|big|swap Encoded byte-order; swap means opposite to default
-L/-B/-x                 Short options for the above
-c|--channels CHANNELS   Number of channels of audio data; e.g. 2 = stereo
-r|--rate RATE           Sample rate of audio
-C|--compression FACTOR  Compression factor for output format
--add-comment TEXT       Append output file comment
--comment TEXT           Specify comment text for the output file
--comment-file FILENAME  File containing comment text for the output file

AUDIO FILE FORMATS: 8svx aif aifc aiff aiffc al amb au avr caf cdda cdr cvs cvsd dat dvms f4 f8 fap flac fssd gsm hcom htk ima ircam la lpc lpc10 lu mat mat4 mat5 maud nist ogg paf prc pvf raw s1 s2 s3 s4 sb sd2 sds sf sl smp snd sndfile sndr sndt sou sox sph sw txw u1 u2 u3 u4 ub ul uw vms voc vorbis vox w64 wav wavpcm wv wve xa xi
PLAYLIST FORMATS: m3u pls
AUDIO DEVICE DRIVERS: alsa ao oss ossdsp

EFFECTS: allpass band bandpass bandreject bass bend chorus compand contrast dcshift deemph delay dither earwax echo echos equalizer fade filter flanger gain highpass ladspa loudness lowpass mcompand mixer noiseprof noisered norm oops pad phaser pitch rate remix repeat reverb reverse riaa silence spectrogram speed splice stat stretch swap synth tempo treble tremolo trim vol

EFFECT OPTIONS (effopts): effect dependent; see --help-effect
Does anyone have any ideas?

I've installed the following files:

Installing:
dvd-slideshow noarch 0.8.0-3.fc10 rpmfusion-free 130 k
dvdstyler i386 1:1.7.2-1.fc10 rpmfusion-free-updates 1.2 M
Installing for dependencies:
ffmpeg i386 0.4.9-0.55.20080908.fc10 rpmfusion-free-updates 164 k
mjpegtools i386 1.9.0-0.6.rc3.fc10 rpmfusion-free 581 k
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Old 10th May 2009, 04:37 PM
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Just a "me too". Seems pretty lame. I guess it's an upstream problem... something seems to have changed in the arguments accepted by either sox or ffmpeg and dvd-slideshow hasn't been updated to reflect these changes.
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Old 10th May 2009, 06:00 PM
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That's right.
The dvd-slideshow team solved this problem in the version 0.8.2-2.
I did a
Quote:
yum remove dvd-slideshow
and installed the version I downloaded from

http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...ease_id=645057

That solved the problem.
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Old 10th May 2009, 07:16 PM
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Cheers. I see the bug was reported in rpmfusion a long while ago, maybe they were waiting until they updated ffmpeg or something but it's pretty poor that this has been broken for so long.

Bug report here:

https://bugzilla.rpmfusion.org/show_bug.cgi?id=320

C
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Old 13th November 2010, 09:25 PM
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Re: dvd-slideshow problem

This is a ME TOO. Now for F14. Sigh
BTB: The patches attached to the bug report still seem to work fine.
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