GSTEditor does something useful!

August 18, 2006 at 7:15 pm 3 comments

Yes, that’s correct.  We no longer have the world’s crappiest drawing app.  You can actually make elements, link them up and make the beepers beep and the lights blink.  I feel almost like I’ve just given birth.  Well not really, but it’s pretty satisfying.  Anyway, there are a bunch of bugs to fix but look for an alpha release next week.  In the meantime check out some Istanbul screencasts of hot gstreaming action:

audiotestsrc -> alsasink
 videoteststc -> agingtv -> ximagesink


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Screencasting Live Announcing gsteditor 0.0.1


  • 1. Uwe  |  September 8, 2006 at 4:16 pm

    i just tried to run the pipeline you suggested :

    [uh@Paula Desktop]$ gst-launch-0.10 videotestsrc ! xvimagesink
    Setting pipeline to PAUSED …
    Pipeline is PREROLLING …
    Pipeline is PREROLLED …
    Setting pipeline to PLAYING …
    New clock: GstSystemClock
    Caught interrupt — Pausing pipeline.
    Pipeline paused.
    WARNING: Element “pipeline0” warns: pipeline interrupted
    Element “pipeline0” has gone from PLAYING to PAUSED, quitting.
    Execution ended after 5213494000 ns.
    Setting pipeline to PAUSED …
    Setting pipeline to READY …
    Setting pipeline to NULL …
    FREEING pipeline …
    [me@mymachine test]$ gst-launch-0.10 videotestsrc ! agingtv ! xvimagesink
    Setting pipeline to PAUSED …
    ERROR: Pipeline doesn’t want to pause.
    FEHLER: Von Element /pipeline0/videotestsrc0: Could not negotiate format
    Zusätzliche Debugginginformation:
    gstbasesrc.c(1790): gst_base_src_start (): /pipeline0/videotestsrc0:
    Check your filtered caps, if any
    Setting pipeline to NULL …
    FREEING pipeline …

    … ???????

    What’s wrong with me?

  • 2. Brendan  |  September 8, 2006 at 4:27 pm

    hmm… I don’t know enough abut the inner workings of the xvimagesink but I was using the ximagesink (Note one is using XV and the other is vanilla X without a V). XV is dependent on the optimized Xv extensions for rendering whereas the ximagesink just uses standard Xlib calls.

    Let me know if that works.

  • 3. Uwe  |  September 8, 2006 at 4:58 pm

    Jesus … i would only whish i could read a little more careful 😉

    Thank you heaps, worked!


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