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Transitions → x265 (auto)

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Extra information (collected entirely from testing!):
 * can-smooth-update: no - libx265-179 is not in libs or oldlibs
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Dependency level 1amd64arm64armhfi386ppc64elriscv64s390x
x265[build logs] (3.4-2) [ma:same]
Dependency level 2amd64arm64armhfi386ppc64elriscv64s390x
ffmpeg[build logs] (7:4.3-3ubuntu2) [ma:same]
gst-plugins-bad1.0[build logs] (1.16.2-2.3ubuntu1) [ma:same]
libheif[build logs] (1.6.1-1build2) [ma:same]
Dependency level 3amd64arm64armhfi386ppc64elriscv64s390x
baresip[build logs] (0.6.1-1.1)
digikam[build logs] (4:6.4.0+dfsg-3build2)
handbrake[build logs] (1.3.1+ds1-2build1)
vlc[build logs] ( [ma:same]
xpra[build logs] (3.0.9+dfsg1-1ubuntu2)
  • auto-libebml through vlc, vlc
  • auto-libmatroska through vlc, vlc
  • auto-nettle through gst-plugins-bad1.0, gst-plugins-bad1.0, gst-plugins-bad1.0, gst-plugins-bad1.0
  • auto-protobuf through vlc, vlc, vlc, vlc
  • auto-pygobject through xpra, xpra
  • auto-x264 through ffmpeg, ffmpeg, ffmpeg, ffmpeg, handbrake, handbrake, handbrake, handbrake, vlc, vlc, xpra, xpra, xpra, xpra
  • exiv2 through digikam, digikam
  • libgcc through digikam, digikam, gst-plugins-bad1.0, gst-plugins-bad1.0, handbrake, handbrake, libheif, libheif, vlc, vlc, x265, x265
  • python3.9-add through xpra, xpra