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Query about Gstreamer sample players

Zheng, Huan

Hi, Dear developers

I’m wondering if there’s a sample gstreamer player available?

This player should be capable of “Play, Pause, Stop, Seek, Query Duration”. And it better constructs pipeline explicitly rather than use decodebin.

I actually did some investigation: Totem is too complicate to start with, Gstreamer-player on the gstreamer website is too old, it even can’t be compiled.

Thanks a lot for answering!

 

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Re: Query about Gstreamer sample players

Edward Hervey
Hi,

  There is an example application called seek in gst-plugins-base which
gives a simple interface to test various kinds of pipeline:
  gst-plugins-base/tests/examples/seek/

  You can test both automatic pipelines created with playbin, as well as
provide your own pipelines.

   Edward

On Wed, 2008-10-15 at 11:47 +0800, Zheng, Huan wrote:

> Hi, Dear developers
>
> I’m wondering if there’s a sample gstreamer player available?
>
> This player should be capable of “Play, Pause, Stop, Seek, Query
> Duration”. And it better constructs pipeline explicitly rather than
> use decodebin.
>
> I actually did some investigation: Totem is too complicate to start
> with, Gstreamer-player on the gstreamer website is too old, it even
> can’t be compiled.
>
> Thanks a lot for answering!
>
>  
>
> Best Regards, Zheng, Huan(ZBT)
>
> OTC/SSD/SSG
>
> Intel Aisa-Pacific Research & Developement Ltd
>
> Tel: 021-6116 6435
>
> Inet: 8821 6435
>
> Cub: 3W035
>
>  
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Re: Query about Gstreamer sample players

Zhao, Halley
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From: Zheng, Huan [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: 2008
1015 11:47
To: Discussion of the development of GStreamer
Subject: [gst-devel] Query about Gstreamer sample players

 

Hi, Dear developers

I’m wondering if there’s a sample gstreamer player available?

This player should be capable of “Play, Pause, Stop, Seek, Query Duration”. And it better constructs pipeline explicitly rather than use decodebin.

I actually did some investigation: Totem is too complicate to start with, Gstreamer-player on the gstreamer website is too old, it even can’t be compiled.

Thanks a lot for answering!

 

Best Regards, Zheng, Huan(ZBT)

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Intel Aisa-Pacific Research & Developement Ltd

Tel: 021-6116 6435

Inet: 8821 6435

Cub: 3W035

 


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Re: Query about Gstreamer sample players

Felipe Contreras
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On Wed, Oct 15, 2008 at 6:47 AM, Zheng, Huan <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi, Dear developers
>
> I'm wondering if there's a sample gstreamer player available?
>
> This player should be capable of "Play, Pause, Stop, Seek, Query Duration".
> And it better constructs pipeline explicitly rather than use decodebin.
>
> I actually did some investigation: Totem is too complicate to start with,
> Gstreamer-player on the gstreamer website is too old, it even can't be
> compiled.
>
> Thanks a lot for answering!

I wrote a very simple one:
http://github.com/felipec/gst-player/

It fulfills most of your requirements, except that it's using playbin.
However, it should be easy to construct a pipeline manually, as you
just need to follow the example in the GStreamer documentation.

Cheers.

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Re: Query about Gstreamer sample players

Zheng, Huan
Thanks Felipe and Edward.
The codes you guys pointing to are good reference codes. :)
Thanks!

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From: Felipe Contreras [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: 2008年10月15日 17:45
To: Discussion of the development of GStreamer
Subject: Re: [gst-devel] Query about Gstreamer sample players

On Wed, Oct 15, 2008 at 6:47 AM, Zheng, Huan <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi, Dear developers
>
> I'm wondering if there's a sample gstreamer player available?
>
> This player should be capable of "Play, Pause, Stop, Seek, Query Duration".
> And it better constructs pipeline explicitly rather than use decodebin.
>
> I actually did some investigation: Totem is too complicate to start with,
> Gstreamer-player on the gstreamer website is too old, it even can't be
> compiled.
>
> Thanks a lot for answering!

I wrote a very simple one:
http://github.com/felipec/gst-player/

It fulfills most of your requirements, except that it's using playbin.
However, it should be easy to construct a pipeline manually, as you
just need to follow the example in the GStreamer documentation.

Cheers.

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Re: Query about Gstreamer sample players

Javier Gálvez Guerrero
Hi,

I would like to know where I can find the Gstreamer package that includes the xoverlay.h file that Felipe's example code includes in gst-backend.c and should be in the gst directory; I have installed the X11 pacakge but I can't find this file, so trying to build the example fails.

Regards,
Javi


2008/10/16 Zheng, Huan <[hidden email]>
Thanks Felipe and Edward.
The codes you guys pointing to are good reference codes. :)
Thanks!

Best Regards, Zheng, Huan(ZBT)
OTC/SSD/SSG
Intel Aisa-Pacific Research & Developement Ltd
Tel: 021-6116 6435
Inet: 8821 6435
Cub: 3W035
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From: Felipe Contreras [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: 2008年10月15日 17:45
To: Discussion of the development of GStreamer
Subject: Re: [gst-devel] Query about Gstreamer sample players

On Wed, Oct 15, 2008 at 6:47 AM, Zheng, Huan <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Hi, Dear developers
>
> I'm wondering if there's a sample gstreamer player available?
>
> This player should be capable of "Play, Pause, Stop, Seek, Query Duration".
> And it better constructs pipeline explicitly rather than use decodebin.
>
> I actually did some investigation: Totem is too complicate to start with,
> Gstreamer-player on the gstreamer website is too old, it even can't be
> compiled.
>
> Thanks a lot for answering!

I wrote a very simple one:
http://github.com/felipec/gst-player/

It fulfills most of your requirements, except that it's using playbin.
However, it should be easy to construct a pipeline manually, as you
just need to follow the example in the GStreamer documentation.

Cheers.

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Re: Query about Gstreamer sample players

Felipe Contreras
2009/3/11 Javier Gálvez Guerrero <[hidden email]>:
> Hi,
>
> I would like to know where I can find the Gstreamer package that includes
> the xoverlay.h file that Felipe's example code includes in gst-backend.c and
> should be in the gst directory; I have installed the X11 pacakge but I can't
> find this file, so trying to build the example fails.

It's part of gstreamer-plugins-base.

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Re: Query about Gstreamer sample players

Javier Gálvez Guerrero
Indeed, I needed to install the libgstreamer-plugins-base0.10-dev package.

Thanks for your answer, Felipe.


Best regards,
Javi

2009/3/11 Felipe Contreras <[hidden email]>
2009/3/11 Javier Gálvez Guerrero <[hidden email]>:
> Hi,
>
> I would like to know where I can find the Gstreamer package that includes
> the xoverlay.h file that Felipe's example code includes in gst-backend.c and
> should be in the gst directory; I have installed the X11 pacakge but I can't
> find this file, so trying to build the example fails.

It's part of gstreamer-plugins-base.

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