Tomas Groth wrote:
Hi, I've been trying to get sound working, with no luck...
I've got the CVS and compiled in the following way:
./autogen.sh && ./configure --enable-plugin --enable-sound=gst && make
&& make install
Here's the output when I try to play the elvis file:
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~/gnash$ gnash -v -r3
10:48:30: ERROR: The gstreamer adder element could not be created
10:48:30: ERROR: The gstreamer audiosink element could not be created
It seems you don't have any plugins installed, you'll need at least the "base"
plugin-package, and a plugin for mp3-decoding - both ffmpeg and mad is known to
It works! Thanks!
This solved it in my debian distro:
aptitude install gstreamer0.10-plugins-base gstreamer0.10-alsa
I thought the gstreamer0.10 library was enough :O. Thanks.
Be aware that sound support is still experimental... Work is being done
to improve it.
So far it works ok. I hope with gnash I'll finally be able to watch the
videos without a sound delay (it happens with macromedia's plugin ).
It's great to have sound :)
G R E A T W O R K ! !
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