[ubuntu-mono] [Bug 927742] Re: banshee moves to next song then stops playback

Chow Loong Jin hyperair at ubuntu.com
Thu Feb 9 14:07:14 UTC 2012

On 09/02/2012 21:05, Christian Smith wrote:
> Attached is my log from Banshee. After the last line, and within five minutes, it happened. I will try to get a --debug output later.
> The UI is still responsive, though the play/pause toggle doesn't do anything, just switches the icon around. As soon as I double click the song it is trying to play, it plays fine. Also, if I hit "next" manually, the next song plays fine. It doesn't happen immediately, but after a few songs have already played.
> ** Attachment added: "log file with no --debug switch"
>    https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/banshee/+bug/927742/+attachment/2726481/+files/log

Sounds like a GStreamer issue, or something regarding how Banshee is using
GStreamer. Do you have gapless playback enabled in preferences? If you do, could
you disable it and try again?

Kind regards,
Loong Jin

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  banshee moves to next song then stops playback

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Bug description:
  Ubuntu 12.04 alpha 2
  banshee 2.3.4.ds-1ubuntu1

  Expected: songs should play fine when moving from song to song.

  Actual: Sometimes (and not all the time), when banshee moves to the
  next song (in Random and Random-Off) the song will not play. The Icon
  in the toolbar is in "Play" mode and a "Play" Icon shows up in the
  list next to the song, but the seconds do not move, and no sounds
  play. After a random amount of time, it *sometimes* just starts
  playing the song at about the place it would if it hadn't frozen,
  other times I have to manually double-click the current song to get it
  to start, or start the next song. Pressing the Play/Pause button does
  nothing, but double clicking the song will play it. Because these
  songs *will* play I don't think it is corrupt songs, especially
  considering the same library worked fine with bashsee in 11.10.

  There is no output on the terminal (w/ no switches) when this happens.
  My library is mostly mp3, but a smattering of FLAC, ogg, and whatever apple sells mixed in.

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