[Kdenlive-devel] mlt "qt4" flag?

Evert Vorster evorster at gmail.com
Sat Dec 12 06:35:29 UTC 2009

Hi there..

Sorry for the long delay in answering, I had a loooong flight home to

Here is the output of those two commands:

root at dora:/usr/share/sorcery/local# MLT_REPOSITORY=/usr/lib/mlt melt
-verbose -query producers
  - xml
  - xml-string
  - pango
  - pixbuf
  - framebuffer
  - avformat
  - melt
  - melt_file
  - pgm
  - kino
  - frei0r.ising0r
  - frei0r.lissajous0r
  - frei0r.nois0r
  - frei0r.onecol0r
  - abnormal
  - color
  - colour
  - consumer
  - loader
  - hold
  - noise
  - ppm
  - slowmotion
  - vorbis
  - libdv
  - sdl_image

Sat Dec 12 06:29:29
root at dora:/usr/share/sorcery/local# which melt

There are no other copies of melt on my system. Is it possible that it is my
copy of ffmpeg that is too old? It's version 0.5. I tried compiling the svn
of ffmpeg, but not much luck there.  Also, is are there QImage packages in
KDE? I know the module built, as did the kdenlive one, but for some reason
they either do not load or do not activate. It is also weird to me that it
finds some of the modules, but not the others.

Thanks for all the help...

On Wed, Dec 9, 2009 at 6:12 PM, Dan Dennedy <dan at dennedy.org> wrote:

> On Wed, Dec 9, 2009 at 10:01 AM, jb <jb at kdenlive.org> wrote:
> > Then the Qt4 module will be compiled and installed. Are you sure you
> don't
> > have several installs of MLT (one in /usr, and one in /usr/local for
> > example...).
> >
> > MLT might be looking for the modules at the wrong place...
> Oh, yeah. I was trying to think of a reason it still does not work
> given the module exists in /usr/lib/mlt, ldd output of libmltqimage.so
> is fine, and melt -verbose -query does not show an error.
> Run 'which melt' to see if it is coming from /usr/local/bin or
> somewhere else than /usr/bin. Also, try:
> $ MLT_REPOSITORY=/usr/lib/mlt melt -verbose -query producers
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