a simple video editor that works
karsten.loh at gmx.de
Wed Apr 27 14:48:57 UTC 2016
I would not recommend adding wily (aka 15.10) repos to a Xenial install
unless you know very well what you are doing, otherwise you might mix
libraries from different version ending up with unstable programs or
worst case a unstable system.
If you added the getdeb repos you should be able to simply do: sudo
apt-get install avidemux2.6-qt ... at least that worked for me. You did
remember to update the sources first (sudo apt-get update)?
Just checked again on a virtual machine with a fresh install of xenial
and it worked fine.
I don't have problems with missing dependencies or the qt version
crashing, though I would bet the latter is connected to adding some wily
libs to the mix.
The GTK settings can be tweaked in system settings -> application
styles, it's limited but might help with those tooltips.
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On 27.04.2016 16:26, Xen wrote:
> The apt url doesn't work in Firefox (Kubuntu 16.04).
> The only way I could install avidemux was by adding:
> deb http://cz.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu wily main multiverse
> to sources.list.
> otherwise it is manual dependency hunting, not fun.
> avidemux2_qt4 crashes while opening a file or trying to open a file
> open dialog.
> The (gtk) tooltips are unreadable on KDE in Kubuntu 16.04. (plasma5).
> I cannot simply save the file because the first frame I need is not a
> keyframe. I may need to encode, but..... there are very few codecs
> available and when I try one (just configure) the program segfaults.
> Realized I must have made a mistake when using the "getdeb" system.
> Since apt list avidemux* doesn't work if you have avidemux* files in
> the directory, but you may not notice that, you have to use "apt list
> "avidemux*"" with quotes.
> Real nice.
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