Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 216821
freezes with certain profiles
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:07:37 EST
This bug was originally reported here:
and the fix is available in 2.16.2
fixed in sound-juicer-2.16.0-3.el5
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Tested the bug with the following environment and case:
# rpm -qa | grep gstreamer
1. Insert an Audio CD.
2. Applications -> Sound & Video -> SoundJuicer CD Extractor.
(The CD wld be mounted, and Tracks would appear.)
3. Edit -> Preferences -> Format -> OutputFormat.
4. Select the required Output format and Edit Profiles.
5. Click on Edit Profiles, click New and name the profile MP3.
6. Select the MP3 profile and click the Edit button. Set GStreamer Pipeline to
"audio/x-raw-int,rate=44100,channels=2 ! lame name=enc vbr=0 bitrate=196 !
7. Tick "Active?" option, click OK.
8. Choose the Profile as Output Format.
9. Rip the CD by clicking on the Extract button.
10.Retest the 1-9 with another GStreamer Pipeline:
"audio/x-raw-int,rate=44100,channels=2 ! lame name=enc vbr=0 bitrate=191 !
Result: the mp3 files were extracted normally with the two GStreamer Pipelines.
Sound-juicer did not freeze during the whole operation.
PS: The generated mp3 files from the above case cannot be played by Totem with
the following error: Could not determine type of stream. But it seems that it is
due to the plugins problem. So verify the bug first. Is there anybody can give
up some advice on the plugins problem? Thanks.
BTW, we got MP3 fluendo plugins from
and LAME plugin from
After installed the following packages, the plugin problem was fixed. Resolve
the bug now. Pls feel free to reopen this bug report if the solution does not
work for you.