(this when it was a video “grabbed” from a DVD, using mencoder).
fix: re-encode that video, either using ffmpeg:
>ffmpeg -i HP_AND_THE_CHAMBER_OF_SECRETS_edited_version.fulli_unedited.tmp.mpg -target ntsc-dvd -t 1600 yo.mpg
or mencoder with harddup.
Or watch it in VLC.
meant “your -target ntsc-dvd is in the wrong location”
This meant (with search button) “your form needs to go to /search/query not just /search” I think…maybe?
assert_select “body”, /asdf/
(body contains that)
unable to find entry point (mingw) meant “you have a mismatch imagemagick version from your installed gem version somehow”
see changelog in github.com/rdp/sensible-cinema
This happens for some reason, even with mplayer playing back dvd’s or what not.
the fix was, since I was ripping to mpeg, not avi, to add “-vf harddup”
This allowed it to playback right in windows media player and mplayer, though VLC handled it either way.
it appears that when you split “straight” using ffmpeg, it works, with mencoder,
the video is right on, but the audio is..off somehow.
Same applies for mplayer with its EDL’s
except that when it’s playing back it’s actually playing back fine…just the split fails…except it fails for the edl, too…
reindex *does* fix it for mencoder…but that won’t fix edl’s!
audio comes *before* the speaking for some reason…
what about at second 60? 3000? 0? same offset for mencoder?’
(60 is ok, 120 is messed,
what about that page that was describing splitting with transcode and that some audio couldn’t fit or something…
avidemux might not be reliable for testing audio…
maybe it gets back in sync sometimes?
for sure when using the oss mplayer -edl, the sound something or other was off. Like by a second.
Testcase: canRetryConnections(org.familysearch.digitalarchive.sharedclientapis.ApiConnectionTest): Caused an ERROR
java.net.HttpURLConnection is not an interface
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: java.net.HttpURLConnection is not an interface
meant “you need to use easymock classextension in your pom, and your import must then be”
import org.easymock.EasyMock; // don’t use this line!