Transmageddon test release available

I have made a first test release of Transmageddon today, 0.23. It is the first release depending on GStreamer 0.11/1.0 and GTK3. It also features a little bit of GNOME Shell and Unity integration in the form of a notification message when its done transcoding and the menu has been moved into the shell. You can find the test release in the pre-release directory on linuxrising.org. Let me know if you have any issues so I can try to fix them before I make a final stable release when GStreamer 1.0 is released. Be aware that you want the GStreamer 0.11 releases from yesterday to try this release.

New GTK3 and GNOME shell friendly Transmageddon

The above screenshot is taken on my Fedora 18 test system!

7 comments ↓

#1 Debarshi Ray on 09.16.12 at 07:55

So you figured out the whole GMenu thing too (apart from the whole F18 mess) !

#2 uraeus on 09.16.12 at 07:58

Well not the whole, still haven’t figured out exactly how to add a gmenu entry with a switch in it, but yes basic entries I can now add :)

#3 Peteris Krisjanis on 09.16.12 at 08:09

Nice demonstration of what porting to Gtk+3/GNOME Shell can bring to thirty party app :)

#4 Fabian on 09.17.12 at 07:45

All nice so far, but “Transmageddon Video Transcoder” is a bit too long as a string in the Application menu.

#5 uraeus on 09.17.12 at 07:48

Hmm, not sure what to do as just putting Video Transcoder seems like something that will cause issues if ever any other transcoder gets installed.

#6 antistress on 09.19.12 at 13:09

The title here says Transmagaddeon instead of Transmageddon ;-)

#7 uraeus on 09.19.12 at 13:14

Oops, thanks for letting me know. Fixed it now :)