El lun 30 jul 2012 13:51:14 COT, Hazan Pérez escribió:
Some context as to why all this is happening:
I bought a 3D monitor some time ago (LG Cinema 3D, passive
interlaced), along with a blu-ray burner drive and a new graphics card
from AMD. I wanted to watch some 3D blu-ray movies and after some
research I found a nice open source player called Bino. Found out
that Bino could also open MPO image files, but it required a more
recent version of ffmpeg. So I looked for an ffmpeg ppa in launchpad
and found the official ffmpeg ppa. So I went there and installed it.
Almost everything works fine, Bino plays 3D movies fine, along with
MPO images, but gnome multimedia players, like rhithmbox, totem and
mplayer, can't open some files because the gstreamer-ffpmpeg package
is not installed. It's ok, I can still play those unsupported files in
VLC quite fine but there isn't my main problem.
I need to use the Processing IDE to work on my final degree
assignment (a work required to get my degree) along with the GSVideo
Contributed Library (seeing as the built-in video library in
Processing doesn't natively works on Linux), which uses gstreamer in
the background. I'm sure I need the gstreamer-ffmpeg package
installed, but I can't install it due to some broken dependencies,
which I'm sure happened when I installed the ffmpeg ppa and updated
all the official packages related in the ffmpeg ppa.
I need to go back to those official packages, install the
gstreamer-ffmpeg package, along with others of the gstreamer0.10, in
order to get the GSVideo library working. Can you help me with this?
No one can help me with this?
Made some research and found that I have problems on the, already
installed, dependencies for libav-tools.
This is the output when I try to install the gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg
Depende: libavcodec53 pero no va a ser instalado o
libavcodec-extra-53 (<5:0) pero se va a instalar
This shows that I have a newer version of the libavcodec* installed.
This isn't the only problematic package, all the packages that
libav-tools depends on give me trouble too. All the packages mentioned
So apparently I need to uninstall all those packages, or roll them back
to that previous version, then uninstall the ppa and then see what
Can you tell me a way to do that in a streamlined way? I don't to go
package by package to do just that...
Hazan Pérez C.
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