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Old 02-03-2008, 05:14 AM   #16
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OK well I better get rid of Kino too as there is no way to get it working by the looks of things.
No, no - you misunderstand Kino is fine, all you need to do is get rid of the add-in filters that are packaged as "kinoplus" and everything will work. Just minus a few video filters that didn't work anyway.
 
Old 02-03-2008, 05:17 AM   #17
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Where did you find the source?
On my hard drive, in my collection of useful tarballs of stuff that I've had to compile from source in the past.

Sorry - that's not the answer you wanted is it?
 
Old 02-03-2008, 07:46 AM   #18
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Yea I found it in packages.debian.org. It does not build thou, requires Gnome base libraries. Kino builds fine without Gnome, plugins don't. Go figure, I do not feel like I want to install half of Gnome for a plugin.
 
Old 02-04-2008, 04:51 AM   #19
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Hi but I did get rid of the plugins. It is all there what happened and it is still not working!
 
Old 02-04-2008, 04:58 AM   #20
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Yea I found it in packages.debian.org. It does not build thou, requires Gnome base libraries. Kino builds fine without Gnome, plugins don't. Go figure, I do not feel like I want to install half of Gnome for a plugin.
Yeah, I do feel that if it's to "survive", kinoplus needs a MAJOR overhaul(both to fix these errors, and make it easier to compile) - and what with it no longer being maintained, I can't really see that happening. I might be tempted to try and resserect the Effect-TV filter, because I'm kinda lost without it. BUT I do tend to regard C/C++ programming as a bit of a chore these days.
 
Old 02-04-2008, 05:07 AM   #21
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Also, how did you get the following plugins? I could not locate them in the Debian stable repository.

>>> Registering plugin /usr/lib/kino-gtk2/libcrtbrtplugin.so
>>> Registering plugin /usr/lib/kino-gtk2/libhsvplugin.so

If you can't find the package responsible for them; please move those files directly, at least temporarily. If you get Kino to start without them; then you can move them back into that directory and see if still works.
Think you'll find they come from:
deb http://www.debian-multimedia.org etch main

See the README.debian.gz that comes with mplayer for more details about this repository.
 
Old 02-04-2008, 05:17 AM   #22
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Yep I uninstalled those plugins.
Damn I did all that. Uninstalled and reinstalled and it still has the same problem.
I'm assuming that someone else set up your system for you, this is based on the fact that you have:

>>> Registering plugin /usr/lib/kino-gtk2/libcrtbrtplugin.so
>>> Registering plugin /usr/lib/kino-gtk2/libhsvplugin.so

And these plugins come from a non-standard repository.

Now that you've used "apt" or "synaptic" (package managers) to uninstall kinoplus can you re-post the results of typing "kino" in a terminal window.

Once this is all sorted out it should be quite "safe" to reinstall the "Contrast and Brightness plugin" and the "HSV colour space plugin" - these are causing no problems on my setup.

Personally on seeing a brightness and contrast plugin, I thought "YES! About ******* time!"

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Old 02-04-2008, 05:24 AM   #23
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Hi I don't know why but I installed Kino and the first GUI that shows when you click to open it is not showing properly. Part of the image is there but it is missing most of it and it doesn't progress to a usable program. I went into the package manager and reinstalled but am still having this problem. I even click 'fix broken packages' and no improvement. I installed it on Debian 4.
Okay! There seem to be two issues at work here (sorry about being slow on the uptake, but I came in a bit late on all this)

One is the string of error messages that is caused by kinoplus not being maintained anymore.

But there is another issue at work here too. I'm WONDERING if your repositories are set up correctly. If you go into Synaptic (or whatever package manager you use) what version of kino does it say you have installed?

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Old 02-05-2008, 07:56 AM   #24
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Oh that's ok that you came in late. I have uninstalled Kino again because I got tired of trying so I don't know what version it is. Oh hang on when I do a search in the package manager it says .92-3 but it is not installed ofcourse.

Um those plugins.....ummmmm someone advised me to get those I think. I don't remember. I set up the system and have installed everything this time round. I have had Debian installed before but this time I had no physical help. Well I probably visited some forums.

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Old 05-11-2008, 10:46 PM   #25
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Well I installed Ubuntustudio that has Kino in the os plus other goodies so if anyone else reads this it might be the solution.
 
  


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