dvbcut 0.5.4+svn178-2 source package in Ubuntu
dvbcut (0.5.4+svn178-2) unstable; urgency=low * Team upload. [ Fabrice Coutadeur ] * Adapt package to use debhelper tiny form: + debian/rules: - use debhelper tiny form - Adapt dh_auto_configure target for automake build system - Delete generated files in override_dh_auto_clean to be able to build dvbcut locally twice + debian/dvbcut.menu: rename menu file to dvbcut.menu to makes it automatically installable by debhelper + debian/dvbcut.install: rename install file to dvbcut.install as stated in the debhelper manpage and Manually installs files to avoid the local update of the mime database * Change back build system to autotools so that qt4 patch can be adopted upstream (Closes: #656793). + debian/control: - Drop scons build dependency. It's not used anymore. - Drop cmake dependency - Added b-d on autoconf to generate configure script - Added b-d on pkg-config, used to get qt4 libs and includes + port-to-qt4.patch: - Drop cmake files from qt4 patch - Update configure and src/Makefile.in for qt4 + This allows the automatic installation of desktop file and icon (Closes: #660009) * Refresh fix-ftbfs-libav0.7 patch to use -pab as quilt arg. This makes futur refreshes lighter. * Rename docs to dvbcut.docs and manpages to dvbcut.manpages to follow debhelper recommendations. thanks bojo42 for the tip. * fix_gcc_4.7.patch: fix FTBFS with gcc 4.7 because of missing include. (Closes: #667154) [ Alessio Treglia ] * Add patch to fix "Unable to open stream" error. (LP: #875030) * Update debian/copyright to copyright format 1.0. * Bump Standards. -- Alessio Treglia <email address hidden> Tue, 24 Apr 2012 12:54:45 +0200
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- dvbcut: Qt application for cutting parts out of DVB streams
DVBcut is a Qt application that allows you to select certain parts of an
MPEG transport stream (as received via Digital Video Broadcasting, DVB) and
save these parts into a single MPEG output file. It follows a `keyhole
surgery'' approach where the input video and audio data is mostly kept
unchanged, and only very few frames at the beginning and/or end of the
selected range are re-encoded in order to obtain a valid MPEG file.