abrt version: 2.0.3
cmdline: python /usr/bin/pitivi /home/renich/omen.xptv
comment: again, trying to export... it plays, but doesn't render
os_release: Fedora release 15 (Lovelock)
reason: Process /usr/bin/python was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
time: Sun Aug 14 23:49:55 2011
var_log_messages: Aug 14 23:50:00 introdesk abrt: saved core dump of pid 4546 (/usr/bin/python) to /var/spool/abrt/ccpp-2011-08-14-23:49:55-4546.new/coredump (558841856 bytes)
backtrace: Text file, 98634 bytes
dso_list: Text file, 20847 bytes
maps: Text file, 102901 bytes
xsession_errors: Text file, 21433 bytes
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Does this crash with the 0.15.0-3 in updates-testing?
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