[Bug 22501] Re: [Bug 22501] Re: serpentine couldnt start to burn (possible fix)

Tiago Cogumbreiro cogumbreiro at users.sf.net
Fri Jun 2 20:43:02 UTC 2006


On 6/2/06, NickBooker <bookn at tiscali.co.uk> wrote:
> I think I've found a fix, but I haven't got time to further test the
> solution because of exams and revision.
>
> THE FIX
>
> I've managed to get discs burning by changing the gstreamer pipeline in
> the source_to_wav function in audio.py (directory /usr/lib/python2.4
> /site-packages/serpentine/) - it appears to have frozen to start with
> but it's just taking a while to start filling the progress bar (Althon
> XP 2400+, 512MB RAM).
>
> This diff works on version 0.6.91-0ubuntu3:
> 495c495
> <         "audioconvert ! "
> ---
> >         "audioconvert ! audioresample !"
>
> On above mentioned version of the package, this change was made at line
> 495.
Thanks alot! :)

/me gives you a blue ribbon for hunting this down!

> I've only tested this fix on one set of MP3 and OGG files with one 80
> minute CDR.
>
> PROBLEMS TO BE RESOLVED (unrelated bugs? problems with my solution?)
>
> After burning, Serpentine claims in an error dialog that
>     "Writing to disc failed.  The CD has already been recorded."
> However the disc was blank, it burned successfuly and it plays perfectly.
That is rather strange, specially because the problem you've solved is
in the converting part, which if thrown an exception would stop the
recording and thus the disc would be blank. Can we arrange a meeting
on IRC so that we can try to debug this? I am not able to reproduce
this bug so I can't really do it by myself. My nickname is
'cogumbreiro' and i'm on irc.freenode.net (on #pida) and on
irc.gnome.org (on #pygtk).

I also have a jabber account: cogumbreiro at gmail.com

>
> Large temporary .wav files are left behind in my home directory with
> names like tmp2iy1Ye.wav after burning, but automatically removed when
> Serpentine is quit.  Are they kept for any reason, or can this be
> classed as a bug?
That's the expected behaviour. That happens so you don't have to
convert the same file twice (imagine writing multiple copies of the
same album).

> --
> serpentine couldnt start to burn
> https://launchpad.net/bugs/22501
>


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