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    Default OpenShot crashes on openSUSE 11.4

    I was sticking to openSUSE 11.2 for as long as I could because I had good functionality and such. I always used OpenShot video editor without hardly any problems. Eventually, being as I am using a new 64-bit system now, I HAD to upgrade the OS to 11.4 to get decent full-screen flash playback. But that is embellishment beyond the need.

    The main point is............ I'm not new or really bad at video editing. But I do like simple things because I already have enough stress outside of computers in my life. So using OpenShot was very nice because it is simple, basic, and functional; and gets the job done just fine. I just now went to openSUSE 11.4 and OpenShot crashes on load everytime, even after reboot. I would say I know more about computers than 90% of [morons] but there is no way I will ever figure this out.

    Does anyone have any idea what is going on here? Your input is appreciated and valued (unless you are wrong).

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    Default Re: OpenShot crashes on openSUSE 11.4

    > (unless you are wrong).

    that is a nice invitation to the potential helpers to STAY AWAY!

    so, how did you move from 11.2 to 11.4 (that is, did you follow one of
    the _supported_ ways: http://tinyurl.com/35p966c or
    http://tinyurl.com/6kvoflv

    if you didn't and i reread your invitation i might have to say, sorry i
    can't help you because you didn't follow the yellow brick road, which
    makes you wrong. . .

    but i won't say that...

    but tell me, did you save your old home? and did you save the hidden
    configure file for openshot....and, did you install the latest version
    of openshot...did you install it with YaST or zypper from the openSUSE
    repo, or ??

    if you look at the log file /var/log/messages do you see any interesting
    error messages from the openshot crash

    how about if you look at the output in Alt+F10 (use Alt+F7 to return to
    the gui

    if you start openshot in a terminal, do you get the same crash and do
    you get interesting errors, crash output you could copy paste back to here?

    if you use YaST to add a new test user, log out and back in as the new
    test user, then will OpenShot not crash?

    so anyway, why don't you go ahead and tell us what you mean by "OpenShot
    crashes"...that is, does it never open...you don't see anything
    ever...or it opens and five (or how many) minutes later it just
    disappears....or every time you do what does it go away? does it give a
    error message?

    that is, exactly _what_ happens and when...remember we can not see your
    computer and we can think of a hundred (more) things which might be
    called a "crash"..

    and, while providing us enough information to to try help you (and not
    be wrong about it), go ahead and tell us what desktop environment and
    version you are using also..

    oh, and i just installed OpenShot using YaST and it seems to work
    fine...so it is not a problem with a correctly installed and set up 11.4
    and the latest openshot likewise treated..
    see http://paste.opensuse.org/68045841

    so, am i wrong?

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    Default Re: OpenShot crashes on openSUSE 11.4

    On Tue, 23 Aug 2011 19:06:02 +0000, PuraVida22 wrote:

    > I just
    > now went to openSUSE 11.4 and OpenShot crashes on load everytime, even
    > after reboot. I would say I know more about computers than 90% of
    > [morons] but there is no way I will ever figure this out.
    >
    > Does anyone have any idea what is going on here?


    Launch it from a terminal and see what the output is - based on the
    information you've provided, nobody would be able to tell you what was
    wrong. All anyone could say is "yep, you're getting a crash".

    So, more data and less ego, if you please. (Referring to 90% of computer
    users as 'morons' and your last comment are nothing but pure ego and
    aren't going to get you the help you're looking for)

    Jim
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    Default Re: OpenShot crashes on openSUSE 11.4

    I have the same problem OpenSuse 11.4 KDE. Installed first from Yast and actually started. I set up a test project and it crashed then and everytime I opened since. Uninstalled and reinstalled with zypper. Started with a terminal and got this message (same one I got with the yast install)
    Thanks in advance for anyhelp.
    R
    rocket@linux-4rj8:~> openshot


    ------------------------- ERROR 1 ------------------------------
    Failed to import 'from openshot import main'
    Error Message: cannot import name main
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    --------------------------------
    OpenShot (version 1.4.2)
    --------------------------------
    Process no longer exists: 21902. Creating new pid lock file.
    /usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/openshot/windows/SimpleGtkBuilderApp.py:32: Warning: g_hash_table_insert_internal: assertion `hash_table != NULL' failed
    self.builder.add_from_file(path)


    Detecting formats, codecs, and filters...
    ---
    video_codecs:
    - a64multi
    - a64multi5
    - amv
    - asv1
    - asv2
    - avrp
    - bmp
    - cljr
    - dnxhd
    - dpx
    - dvvideo
    - ffv1
    - ffvhuff
    - flashsv
    - flashsv2
    - flv
    - gif
    - h261
    - h263
    - h263p
    - huffyuv
    - j2k
    - jpegls
    - ljpeg
    - mjpeg
    - mpeg1video
    - mpeg2video
    - mpeg4
    - msmpeg4v2
    - msmpeg4
    - msvideo1
    - pam
    - pbm
    - pcx
    - pgm
    - pgmyuv
    - png
    - ppm
    - prores
    - qtrle
    - r10k
    - r210
    - rawvideo
    - roqvideo
    - rv10
    - rv20
    - sgi
    - snow
    - svq1
    - targa
    - tiff
    - v210
    - v308
    - v410
    - wmv1
    - wmv2
    - xwd
    - y41p
    - yuv4
    - zlib
    - zmbv
    - libdirac
    - libschroedinger
    - libtheora
    - libvpx
    - libx264
    - libx264rgb
    - libxvid
    ...
    ---
    audio_codecs:
    - aac
    - ac3
    - ac3_fixed
    - alac
    - dca
    - eac3
    - flac
    - g723_1
    - mp2
    - nellymoser
    - real_144
    - sonic
    - sonicls
    - vorbis
    - wmav1
    - wmav2
    - roq_dpcm
    - adpcm_adx
    - g722
    - g726
    - adpcm_ima_qt
    - adpcm_ima_wav
    - adpcm_ms
    - adpcm_swf
    - adpcm_yamaha
    - libgsm
    - libgsm_ms
    - libmp3lame
    - libopencore_amrnb
    - libspeex
    - libvorbis
    ...
    ---
    formats:
    - a64
    - ac3
    - adts
    - adx
    - aiff
    - amr
    - asf
    - ass
    - asf_stream
    - au
    - avi
    - avm2
    - bit
    - caf
    - cavsvideo
    - crc
    - daud
    - dirac
    - dnxhd
    - dts
    - dv
    - eac3
    - ffm
    - ffmetadata
    - filmstrip
    - flac
    - flv
    - framecrc
    - framemd5
    - g722
    - g723_1
    - gif
    - gxf
    - h261
    - h263
    - h264
    - image2
    - image2pipe
    - ipod
    - ismv
    - ivf
    - latm
    - m4v
    - md5
    - matroska
    - matroska
    - microdvd
    - mjpeg
    - mlp
    - mmf
    - mov
    - mp2
    - mp3
    - mp4
    - mpeg
    - vcd
    - mpeg1video
    - dvd
    - svcd
    - mpeg2video
    - vob
    - mpegts
    - mpjpeg
    - mxf
    - mxf_d10
    - null
    - nut
    - ogg
    - oma
    - alaw
    - mulaw
    - f64be
    - f64le
    - f32be
    - f32le
    - s32be
    - s32le
    - s24be
    - s24le
    - s16be
    - s16le
    - s8
    - u32be
    - u32le
    - u24be
    - u24le
    - u16be
    - u16le
    - u8
    - psp
    - rawvideo
    - rm
    - RoQ
    - rso
    - rtp
    - rtsp
    - sap
    - segment
    - smjpeg
    - sox
    - spdif
    - srt
    - swf
    - 3g2
    - 3gp
    - mkvtimestamp_v2
    - truehd
    - rcv
    - voc
    - wav
    - webm
    - wtv
    - yuv4mpegpipe
    - alsa
    - oss
    - sdl
    ...
    state saved
    **
    Gtk:ERROR:gtkrecentmanager.c:1942:get_icon_fallback: assertion failed: (retval != NULL)
    Aborted




    Quote Originally Posted by hendersj View Post
    On Tue, 23 Aug 2011 19:06:02 +0000, PuraVida22 wrote:

    > I just
    > now went to openSUSE 11.4 and OpenShot crashes on load everytime, even
    > after reboot. I would say I know more about computers than 90% of
    > [morons] but there is no way I will ever figure this out.
    >
    > Does anyone have any idea what is going on here?


    Launch it from a terminal and see what the output is - based on the
    information you've provided, nobody would be able to tell you what was
    wrong. All anyone could say is "yep, you're getting a crash".

    So, more data and less ego, if you please. (Referring to 90% of computer
    users as 'morons' and your last comment are nothing but pure ego and
    aren't going to get you the help you're looking for)

    Jim
    --
    Jim Henderson
    openSUSE Forums Administrator
    Forum Use Terms & Conditions at openSUSE Forums FAQ

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    Default Re: OpenShot crashes on openSUSE 11.4

    Update: what I did when I first was able use the program then it crashed when I saved a new project parameters. When I went back and deleted that file (the saved project ".opt" file) I was able to use the program and functionally it worked great. I was able to import files edit them and render a finished video. It worked very nicely infact. Just can't save a new blank project it seems. I guess I will have to work on the fly. Any ideas about how to save project with out crashing would be great. Thanks again.
    R

    Quote Originally Posted by rmaijala View Post
    I have the same problem OpenSuse 11.4 KDE. Installed first from Yast and actually started. I set up a test project and it crashed then and everytime I opened since. Uninstalled and reinstalled with zypper. Started with a terminal and got this message (same one I got with the yast install)
    Thanks in advance for anyhelp.
    R
    rocket@linux-4rj8:~> openshot


    ------------------------- ERROR 1 ------------------------------
    Failed to import 'from openshot import main'
    Error Message: cannot import name main
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    --------------------------------
    OpenShot (version 1.4.2)
    --------------------------------
    Process no longer exists: 21902. Creating new pid lock file.
    /usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/openshot/windows/SimpleGtkBuilderApp.py:32: Warning: g_hash_table_insert_internal: assertion `hash_table != NULL' failed
    self.builder.add_from_file(path)


    Detecting formats, codecs, and filters...
    ---
    video_codecs:
    - a64multi
    - a64multi5
    - amv
    - asv1
    - asv2
    - avrp
    - bmp
    - cljr
    - dnxhd
    - dpx
    - dvvideo
    - ffv1
    - ffvhuff
    - flashsv
    - flashsv2
    - flv
    - gif
    - h261
    - h263
    - h263p
    - huffyuv
    - j2k
    - jpegls
    - ljpeg
    - mjpeg
    - mpeg1video
    - mpeg2video
    - mpeg4
    - msmpeg4v2
    - msmpeg4
    - msvideo1
    - pam
    - pbm
    - pcx
    - pgm
    - pgmyuv
    - png
    - ppm
    - prores
    - qtrle
    - r10k
    - r210
    - rawvideo
    - roqvideo
    - rv10
    - rv20
    - sgi
    - snow
    - svq1
    - targa
    - tiff
    - v210
    - v308
    - v410
    - wmv1
    - wmv2
    - xwd
    - y41p
    - yuv4
    - zlib
    - zmbv
    - libdirac
    - libschroedinger
    - libtheora
    - libvpx
    - libx264
    - libx264rgb
    - libxvid
    ...
    ---
    audio_codecs:
    - aac
    - ac3
    - ac3_fixed
    - alac
    - dca
    - eac3
    - flac
    - g723_1
    - mp2
    - nellymoser
    - real_144
    - sonic
    - sonicls
    - vorbis
    - wmav1
    - wmav2
    - roq_dpcm
    - adpcm_adx
    - g722
    - g726
    - adpcm_ima_qt
    - adpcm_ima_wav
    - adpcm_ms
    - adpcm_swf
    - adpcm_yamaha
    - libgsm
    - libgsm_ms
    - libmp3lame
    - libopencore_amrnb
    - libspeex
    - libvorbis
    ...
    ---
    formats:
    - a64
    - ac3
    - adts
    - adx
    - aiff
    - amr
    - asf
    - ass
    - asf_stream
    - au
    - avi
    - avm2
    - bit
    - caf
    - cavsvideo
    - crc
    - daud
    - dirac
    - dnxhd
    - dts
    - dv
    - eac3
    - ffm
    - ffmetadata
    - filmstrip
    - flac
    - flv
    - framecrc
    - framemd5
    - g722
    - g723_1
    - gif
    - gxf
    - h261
    - h263
    - h264
    - image2
    - image2pipe
    - ipod
    - ismv
    - ivf
    - latm
    - m4v
    - md5
    - matroska
    - matroska
    - microdvd
    - mjpeg
    - mlp
    - mmf
    - mov
    - mp2
    - mp3
    - mp4
    - mpeg
    - vcd
    - mpeg1video
    - dvd
    - svcd
    - mpeg2video
    - vob
    - mpegts
    - mpjpeg
    - mxf
    - mxf_d10
    - null
    - nut
    - ogg
    - oma
    - alaw
    - mulaw
    - f64be
    - f64le
    - f32be
    - f32le
    - s32be
    - s32le
    - s24be
    - s24le
    - s16be
    - s16le
    - s8
    - u32be
    - u32le
    - u24be
    - u24le
    - u16be
    - u16le
    - u8
    - psp
    - rawvideo
    - rm
    - RoQ
    - rso
    - rtp
    - rtsp
    - sap
    - segment
    - smjpeg
    - sox
    - spdif
    - srt
    - swf
    - 3g2
    - 3gp
    - mkvtimestamp_v2
    - truehd
    - rcv
    - voc
    - wav
    - webm
    - wtv
    - yuv4mpegpipe
    - alsa
    - oss
    - sdl
    ...
    state saved
    **
    Gtk:ERROR:gtkrecentmanager.c:1942:get_icon_fallback: assertion failed: (retval != NULL)
    Aborted

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