Is it possible to unplug the source and reconnect without showing any error in live streaming and recording.

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Is it possible to unplug the source and reconnect without showing any error in live streaming and recording.

Shubham Shrivastava
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Re: Is it possible to unplug the source and reconnect without showing any error in live streaming and recording.

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What exactly do you mean by unplug the source?

When there is no data at the sink, the rendering window will turn black.

If you want to keep seeing the last received frame in case of no data from
source, then you can decouple the pipeline as follows :

pipeline src : src -> enc -> intervideosink
pipeline sink : intervideosrc -> autovideosink


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Re: Is it possible to unplug the source and reconnect without showing any error in live streaming and recording.

Nicolas Dufresne-5
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It is definitely possible, as I have written code doing this, with
various scenarios. You need to learn how dynamic pipeline works in
GStreamer. For sources, best it so do the transition using IDLE probes.

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