1. start a terminal with top in it, or any other application that would redraw
at regular intervals
2. Launch Totem, stack it on top of the terminal/app in 1. and start playing a video
3. see that the parts of the video on top of redrawn bits of the app are
corrupted, or show up as black
The same problem doesn't exist with metacity
Wrong version of the product again, sorry for the spam
Moving all the compiz bugs to rawhide
Xv and OpenGL are known feature regressions that will be broken in any
composited desktop. Closing as deferred, depending on how thing plan out we may
be able to fix this for FC7.
Reopening as FC7 is opened :)
*** Bug 216443 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
See also the GStreamer bug that could be used as a work-around:
glimagesink works perfectly with compiz except that it opens a special window
(separate from totem). Any ideas how to keep glimagesink from doing that?
*** Bug 239410 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
i have this only with ati cards (i have ati & nvidia) in fedora 7. but it works
now in fedora 8 test 1.
*** Bug 213391 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 213976 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Bastien, could you reproduce it with Rawhide?
*** Bug 248670 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
No information requested provided, no joy for anybody -- closing this bug as
INSUFFICIENT_DATA. Reporter, if you could, please, reopen with additional
The problem will still happen when using XAA as the acceleration mechanism, as
it doesn't allow for the Xv overlay to not get double-buffered by the
Yeah, this is a fundamental problem with composite: it breaks Xv. It's simple
enough to reproduce, but the fix requires bigger restructuring in the X/GL/DRI
stack. We're working on it though.
Making this the master bug for redirected Xv under COMPOSITE, similar to #222262
*** Bug 385461 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
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(In reply to comment #17)
> Making this the master bug for redirected Xv under COMPOSITE, similar to #222262
> for GLX.
Tracker bug. Do not close.
*** Bug 443204 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
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