Created attachment 467464 [details]
gstreamer debug level 2
Description of problem:
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
fluendo-codecs-complete-bundle-12-4.x86_64 # Fluendo contact is in CC
Steps to Reproduce:
1. open .mkv file in totem
2. jump to a different possition in stream
GStreamer encountered a general stream error
No error should occur
The problem occurs also after playing cca 30 seconds of matroska video playback.
Created attachment 467466 [details]
gstreamer debug level 3
Thanks for the bug report!
Any chance you could post a link to the file causing problems? Potentially the file in question may contain content/codes which doo not meet Fedora's licensing guidelines (meaning libraries which are proprietary are not available). It is not clear from the trace unless you can provide an example.
I'm sorry but I accidentally removed the file. Anyway I think that I could get it somehow back.
I think that providing "short part" of the file should not break any copyright / law things.
But there is licensing problem with fluendo codecs ... so fluendo will have to provide some feedback (I Already contacted them with link to this BZ).
One special thing about this file was that it was shipped with multiple subtitle tracks included in the file.
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