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Ultimately what I am trying to do is have this be able to take a .avi (or whatever misc video file I may have), drag and drop, toss in a dvd, click a button, and have it take care of all the encoding and burning.
I've using ConvertXtoDvd for windows, and brasero seems be to be the equivelent for linux. I've googled/binged/and quacked this and found a lot of people with this problems but so far none of the solutions I've tried have worked. I uninstalled everything and just reinstalled brasero for a clean slate.
Anyone else experience this problem?
[Edit: as of now if I drag a video file into a video project screen and click burn, it begins to encode but hangs at about 42% every time]
Last edited by Lobsteroll; 02-22-2012 at 08:06 PM.
When a compilation complains about a missing package, it's referring to the '-devel' package (for Fedora, for example) or the '-dev' package (for Debian based distributions). Have you tried just installing the pre-compiled gnomebaker from your distribution's package repository?
Last edited by macemoneta; 02-23-2012 at 03:18 PM.