Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 981016
[gstreamer-1.0] plugin libgstflump3dec.so not found in $HOME/.gstreamer-1.0/plugins/
Last modified: 2015-02-17 10:49:39 EST
Description of problem:
Similar to the case of gstreamer-0.10, I have copied the plugin libgstflump3dec.so from the Fluendo web site into the directory $HOME/.gstreamer-1.0/plugins. However, unlike gst-inspect-0.10, libgstflump3dec.so is not reported by gst-inspect-1.0, and applications like totem suggest to search the web for an MP3 plugin.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open an MP3 file with totem or rhythmbox.
No audio; the application complains about a missing MP3 codec. gst-inspect-1.0 does not report the presence of libgstflump3dec.so whereas gst-inspect-0.10 still does.
The MP3 file is played as expected.
$ ls -lR .gstreamer-*
drwxr-xr-x. 2 frieben users 4096 Jun 24 22:42 plugins/
-rw-------. 1 frieben users 700643 Jul 3 20:24 registry.x86_64.bin
-rwxr-xr-x. 1 frieben users 1500352 Mar 5 16:20 libgstflump3dec.so*
drwxr-xr-x. 2 frieben users 4096 Jul 3 02:08 plugins/
-rwxr-xr-x. 1 frieben users 1541000 Mar 5 16:20 libgstflump3dec.so*
- Note that no file registry.x86_64.bin has been created in .gstreamer-1.0/plugins.
- Both plugins have been downloaded together and are well the codecs for the respective version of gstreamer.
- No improvement by adding the kernel SELinux option `enforcing=0'.
- MP3 files can be played correctly after installing the corresponding RPM which places libgstflump3dec.so in
which leads to the conclusion that gstreamer1 does not look up the directory $HOME/.gstreamer-1.0/plugins. Once fluendo-codecs-mp3-18-3.x86_64 is installed, gst-inspect-1.0 and gst-inspect-0.10 -both- report
`flump3dec: flump3dec: Fluendo MP3 Decoder (IPP build)'
whereas before only gst-inspect-0.10 did for $HOME/.gstreamer-1.0/plugins/libgstflump3dec.so.
Correction: `whereas before only gst-inspect-0.10 did for $HOME/.gstreamer-0.10/plugins/libgstflump3dec.so.'
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