Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 136512
[PATCH] improve seeking in ogg/vorbis/theora
Last modified: 2013-03-13 00:46:54 EDT
Attached patch improves the speed of seeking in ogg/vorbis/theora
files considerably. This is noticeable with large theora files
(>50MB), where the pause used to take several seconds.
Patch is against 0.8.5-1. It obsoletes (or rather: includes) the
vorbis-seeking patch that the current RPM contains.
Created attachment 105525 [details]
improve seeking in ogg
I tested a gstreamer-plugins with these patches, and it did break Rhythmbox's
playback of ogg files. Didn't try sound-juicer. I just don't have time to try
to track down the breakage today, it's only an hour before the total freeze
hits. I will include the patches in the SRPM but off by default, so someone who
doesn't care about Rhythmbox but wants to use Totem can enable them.
Hopefully we can get these patches sorted out and tested with Rhythmbox and
everything else we ship that links to GStreamer, and push it as an FC3 update.
*** Bug 136514 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Created attachment 105600 [details]
from other bug
Patch from other bug
pretty sure that this already got applied upstream and made it into at