Bill C. Riemers
briemers at redhat.com
Tue Jun 24 04:16:00 CEST 2008
Jean-Baptiste Kempf wrote:
> Hello Bill,
> On Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 10:02:30PM -0400, Bill C. Riemers wrote :
>> It looks like with the latest commits libdirac >= 10.0 is now required
>> for --enable-dirac. It looks like this a beta version. Which is only
>> available as a source download. Do we really need to start using the
>> beta version of dirac?
> This isn't beta, it is officially out since June 4th.
Summary: Dirac Beta version (0.10.0) released
> The dirac project gives only source downloads anyway...
Yes I know. But typically once software is out of beta there are rpm's
I can install. If it is still beta, then I need to spin my own rpm's.
> However, I think you can disable dirac pretty safely :D
Yeah. It looks like upgrading dirac would also require patching ffmeg,
mplayer, and transcode. So it is probably just to change my config to
disable it, until there is a stable version. I don't think any of my
videos use dirac, so I am only out of luck if something I want to play
on the internet is using it.
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