Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 248650
kphotoalbum not compiled with all possible format support
Last modified: 2008-05-14 09:51:01 EDT
When starting kphotoalbum, it pops up a dialog that says:
"KPhotoAlbum does not seem to be build with support for all its features. The
following is a list indicating to you what you may miss:
Plug-ins available Yes
EXIF info supported Yes
SQL Database Support Yes
Sqlite Database Support (used for EXIF searches) No
MPEG video support No
Quicktime video support (aka mov) No
AVI video support No
ASF video support (aka wmv) No
Real Media No
Video Thumbnails support No
For details on how to solve this problem, please choose Help|KPhotoAlbum Feature
Status from the menus."
Some of those might not be possible to support, but sqlite and mpeg might be
easy. Formats that can't be supported because they aren't available in fedora
perhaps could be removed from the list, and/or the dialog could be disabled?
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Just retested with kphotoalbum-3.0.2-1.fc7.i386 , and
EXIF info supported
SQL Database Support
Sqlite Database Support (used for EXIF searches)
MPEG video support
Quicktime video support (aka mov)
AVI video support
ASF video support (aka wmv)
Video Thumbnails support
so looks like we're mostly there, closing.