Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 190925
Sound-juicer is not creating valid .ogg files: EOS not set
Last modified: 2013-10-20 18:41:47 EDT
Description of problem:
Sound-juicer is not creating valid .ogg files: end of stream is
not being set.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Insert audio CD
2. Load sound-juicer
3. Select Edit | Preferences | Output Format | CD Quality, Lossy
5. Run ogginfo on one of the output files,
Observe "Warning: EOS not set on stream 1" error.
This previously worked (I have several CDs ripped since
upgrading to FC5 with no problem). Reverting to 2.14.0
(FC5 release version) does not solve the problem, so it
seems to be a dependency.
I can confirm this bug.
I just ripped a track and get the same warning message. The ogg file seems to
play OK in xmms but obviously the warning message should not be there.
Running ogginfo on a file that was ripped from the same track of the same CD
when I was using FC3 produces no warning messages.
The problem's in gstreamer-plugins-base.
See upstream GNOME bug 337026:
It's unlikely to get fixed by Fedora, so this is really an upstream
bug. Luckily, it's not absolutely terrible (and is fixable, by things
like vorbiscomment, according to the upstream bug.)