Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 386351
Thumbnails for quicktime video media corrupt
Last modified: 2015-03-03 17:31:43 EST
Description of problem:
There is a problem on f8 with creation of thumbnails from Quicktime video media.
Half of the images seem to be displayed green.
I will attach a very short video [exceptionally short so I can attach it
I notice that xine plays the video back with exactly the same sort of
corruption, but mplayer doesn't have that corruption. I presume there's an
underlying library that isn't processing it correctly.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Always with the tiny video I attach.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Save video in filesystem
2. View folder with nautilus
This video I will attach was saved from a panasonic digital camera, the popular
TZ1, which takes pretty good video.
Created attachment 260781 [details]
tiny movie that can be used to reproduce this problem
Created attachment 261021 [details]
windowshot of the problem happening
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