[digiKam-users] First 8.0.0 alpha version of digiKam AppImage bundle for Linux.

Marc Palaus marcpalaus at hotmail.com
Tue Jul 12 16:27:59 BST 2022


I found a couple more weird behaviors.

One of them is that, for some reason, Digikam is using the computer's 
audio from the start, even if no video or sound is playing at all. In 
KDE a speaker icon appears over Digikam's icon, and it's also shown in 
the volume control. Screen capture here: https://i.imgur.com/GyhEZOD.png

Another one is that at some point, I tried to write a keyword to a 
picture, and nothing happened. The progress bar stayed at 0% with the 
message Applying metadata, but the file is not being written. Trying to 
write the same tag again does not work and the same happens. Restarting 
digikam does the trick. I already happened to me twice. But other times 
I could write dozens of tags without an issue.

El 11/7/22 a les 16:07, Gilles Caulier ha escrit:
> Hi Maik,
> ffmpeg 4.1 is used to build AppImage bundle.
> Perhaps I miss a codec or a configuration option with ffmpeg.
> https://invent.kde.org/graphics/digikam/-/blob/master/project/bundles/3rdparty/ext_ffmpeg/CMakeLists.txt
> Note : the same ffmpeg version is used to compile DK 7.7.0 and later...
> Gilles
> Le lun. 11 juil. 2022 à 20:34, Maik Qualmann <metzpinguin at gmail.com> a écrit :
>> I think we should also provide an AppImage with Qt5 and FFmpeg4.
>> Maik
>> Am Montag, 11. Juli 2022, 20:22:45 CEST schrieb Marc Palaus:
>>> Ok,one thing I noticed right away, apart from the lack of map views that you
>>> already mentioned: Videos show no image, only sound. They show the message
>>> "An error has ocurred with the media player...". In my case they use the
>>> hevc and h264 codecs.
>>> I hope that helps

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