[PhotoFloat] Spring cleaning (video, preloading, threading, updated JS-libraries, etc)
Espen A. Fossen
espenaf at junta.no
Wed Jun 17 19:24:05 CEST 2015
Great work with the patches and switching the video to H264.
I have a little issue with generating video files. ffmpeg keeps asking
to overwrite it`s temp fil under /tmp/... for each video generated.
Which makes generating a big library quiet problematic. To avoid any
human interaction i made ffmpeg overwrite output files without asking,
I am running latest Arch Linux with ffmpeg 2.6.3. Don`t know if anybode
else is seeing this?
On 17. juni 2015 17:41, Joachim Tingvold wrote:
> On 2015-06-03 01:25, Joachim Tingvold wrote:
>> Did some spring cleaning on my photofloat-install.
> More minor fixes.
> * Switched video from WebM to H264 (x264). Primarily to support
> Safari, which is my primary browser (on both computer and mobile
> phone). Added "benefit" that it's supported in IE (-:
> * Fixed issue where thumbs/transcodes did not get created. Previously
> thumbs/transcodes were only created if mtime() of the file didn't
> match what was stored in the JSON-file. If you deleted a
> thumb/transcode from the cache_path (without deleting it in
> album_path), it would'nt be re-created unless you modified the mtime()
> of the original files (in album_path). Now it does an additional check
> to verify that the cached_photo actually exists before marking it as
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