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Topic: Mr. Bugs can't take it easy.

Posted under Bugs & Features

EasyV

Just to experiment, I tried uploading a yukkuri video (an MP4), to see if it was possible at all
It errored out with "ENOENT no such file: ffmpeg"

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  • Ruukasu

    EasyV said:

    Just to experiment, I tried uploading a yukkuri video (an MP4), to see if it was possible at all
    It errored out with "ENOENT no such file: ffmpeg"

    So far, I have not seen any video entry other than SWF. It may be that .mp4 and .avi are currently not accepted.

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  • poweryoga

    Does danbooru even take mp4s? Most of what I see are webm and such... not that we want to host large mp4s to begin with.

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  • Ruukasu

    poweryoga said:

    Does danbooru even take mp4s? Most of what I see are webm and such... not that we want to host large mp4s to begin with.

    Danbooru takes mp4 files as well.

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  • EasyV

    I wasn't really planning on dumping videos, but it was a funny experiment
    Anyway, it seems more likely that the version of danbooru used on OYP accepts videos, but calls ffmpeg for some reason (maybe to get infos like duration?)
    If possible I'd suggest actually disabling videos, at least the error message actually explains why videos don't work, instead of giving the cryptic message of "ffmpeg not found"

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  • Ruukasu

    Considering that Adobe Flash will be phased out in 2020, it wouldn't hurt to allow video uploads with certain limits (i.e. file type, file size, and resolution).

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  • Hitosura

    Ruukasu said:

    Considering that Adobe Flash will be phased out in 2020, it wouldn't hurt to allow video uploads with certain limits (i.e. file type, file size, and resolution).

    Thanks for making me feel old. <_< I still remember when it was called Macromedia Shockwave.

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  • Ruukasu

    Hitosura said:

    Thanks for making me feel old. <_< I still remember when it was called Macromedia Shockwave.

    Mister double-edged sword can't take it easy! Yunyaaa!

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  • poweryoga

    ... I used to write shockwave stuff... >_>

    Will look into the error message or codec thing. We use a fairly early version of danbooru 2 and there's been lots of bug fixes since then.

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  • EasyV

    When using the "random post" function, sometimes I get a "record not found" error
    It's relatively uncommon and refreshing the page gives me a proper picture, but it's worth reporting it

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