Monthly Archives: September 2004

Crap: Crap, I’ve spend all day on AVI A/V sync issues that I didn’t get to commit the Totem patches. Anyway… * Most AVI A/V sync issues fixed (some crude hacks in the AVI demuxer such as non-lineair chunk processing … Continue reading

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Reality: * AVI A/V sync is close to impossible. * I need MXF specifications. * Playbin (and Totem based on playbin) rocks. Will commit to Totem CVS monday. More news then. We’ll try some Fedora Core 3 rampage, if that … Continue reading

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New house: So I moved. Large new house, fancy new kitchen and bathroom, separate sleeping room, two televisions (one in the sleeping room) and two luxeous couches and … no internet yet. Argh! Insanity: Havoc, yes, that is ALSA fault. … Continue reading

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New GNOME cycle: The nice thing about a GNOME-2.8 release, apart from the release itself, is that you can branch it off and do new cool things in the 2.9 branch. So, I committed the new volume control (gnome-media), volume … Continue reading

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Playing around… … with Totem, based on the new PlayBin object for playback using GStreamer. Patch for Totem available here, but mind you, this is pre-alpha stuff! Some quickly-noticed bugs: * xvimagesink/aasink default sizing seems broken. All works fine after … Continue reading

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At work: Playing around with a video backend that will make people love Totem even more. (Oh, that handsome over there is Thomas, not me. ;-).) I’ll port Totem over to it later this week. Tested various problematic (with previous … Continue reading

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New job: From today on, I’ll be working for Fluendo‘s new, yet-to-be-announced, daughter company for several days a week (along with finishing the remaining bits’n’pieces from my studies). Those people looking at the live stream will notice that I’m not … Continue reading

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GNOME Volume Applet: People have once tried to teach me to not be negative about others. Well guess what. They failed! Of all code that I’ve seen in my life, the current GNOME Mixer Applet has to be by far … Continue reading

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GNOME Volume Control (again!): And as I promised, I’d work on something that looks like Eugenia’s UI proposal: my implementation of something she proposed. People seem to think the previous one is more intuitive. Took me 90 minutes, which included … Continue reading

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GNOME Volume Control (yes!): This should mostly work: * screenshot 1. * screenshot 2. Maybe I need to fix some terminology (ALSA? PCM?) and – like I said yesterday – hide some/most tracks by default. But otherwise, it seems finished … Continue reading

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