When writing your bug report, please include:
avconvcrashed" or "The output video was all green")
avconv -i input.mov -an -c:v foo output.avi")
avconv -v 9 -loglevel 99 -ifollowed by the name of your input file (copy/pasted from the console, including the banner that indicates version and configuration options), paste
avplayoutput only if your problem is not reproducible with avconv.
If you encounter a crash bug, please provide the
backtrace and disassembly using an unstripped
avconv binary as
gdb, type 'r' for run, along with the rest of the
avconv command line:
r <rest of command line>
gdb encounters its problem, run the following commands and
copy/paste the output into your bug report:
bt disass $pc-32,$pc+32 info all-registers
For gdb versions before 7.1, you need to employ a slightly different
syntax for the above
disass $pc-32 $pc+32
If gdb does not provide useful information please try to use Valgrind to trace possible memory corruption.
valgrind avconv <rest of command line>
Once you have gathered this information, you can submit a report to the Libav bug tracker. You should provide all information so that anyone can reproduce the bug.
The developers may ask you to provide a sample media file illustrating your problem. In this case, please follow these steps:
and then upload small-sample-file rather than sample-filedd if=sample-file of=small-sample-file bs=1024 count=10000