[Bf-committers] Remove Frameserver
Juan Pablo Bouza
jpbouza at hotmail.com
Sun Aug 5 22:59:41 CEST 2012
I've never been able to use frameserver, mainly because I couldn't
figure out how to use it, hehe, as I didn't find much documentation or
support for it...
I use Blender for all my video editing jobs and I would find
frameserver really cool to use, specially because of the limited
implementation of ffmpeg rendering options.
Currently I'm forced to render lossless images and then encoding them
with ffmpeg or avidemux outside of Blender, so frame server would be
+1 for Peter
> Date: Sun, 5 Aug 2012 08:28:53 -0400
> From: danmcgrath.ca at gmail.com
> To: bf-committers at blender.org
> Subject: Re: [Bf-committers] Remove Frameserver
> On Sun, Aug 5, 2012 at 8:06 AM, Thomas Dinges <blender at dingto.org> wrote:
> > Thats not true!!
> > The bug was there for 2 hours, it was fixed by me on the same day it got
> > reported!
> > -Reported 2012-07-11 21:47
> > -Fixed 2012-07-11 23:44
> > What this bug made clear though is, that frame server was not working
> > for quite some time (probably the whole 2.6x series and maybe some 2.5x
> > versions) so NOBODY reported it, and therefore NOBODY cared / seriously
> > used it, otherwise it would have been reported way earlier.
> Ah, I didn't realize that it was fixed, and fixed so quickly. Perhaps
> my comment was mostly reflecting how I originally felt when I first
> seen the thread about about removing a feature. I suppose I was just
> mixing in my past experiences with bug reports that get closed as a
> TODO often enough, and was concerned that I was starting to see the
> same trend happen here.
> Although to be fair, I wasn't implying or thinking that you
> specifically, my fine sir, were not capable of fixing, or didn't care
> about fixing such a problem! Clearly you and the rest of the devs have
> excellent track records for getting things fixed.
> If anything, this thread is probably nothing more than a good example
> of what effects that missing regression tests can have, and how a lack
> of coffee can lead to quick emails that don't fully express the
> intended message. ;)
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