Re: [Ekiga-devel-list] Using gstreamer for everything audio and video in ekiga


I'm all for it.

It will be easier to maintain and port. Btw, gnome has a sound events framework. Not sure if there is some kind of gstreamer integration or not.

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De : "Julien Puydt" <julien puydt laposte net>
Pour : <ekiga-devel-list gnome org>
Objet : [Ekiga-devel-list] Using gstreamer for everything audio and video in ekiga
Date : mar., mars 11, 2014 16:44


you'll find attached a tarball with a few things ; among those a README
explaining what the rest of the tarball is about.

There is a Makefile to build the sample code and to compile the design
graph into an image (using the graphviz package). The sample code uses
gstreamer (both base and bad packages -- because of the inter plugin).
Typing "make" should build everything cleanly.

The idea behind this code is to discover how to do some things with
- start audio events ;
- change an input device while the pipeline runs (ie: during a call) ;
- record what happens -- starting while the pipeline runs, and stopping
while the pipeline runs (ie: record parts of a call).

The goal would be to use gstreamer for everything audio&video related in

Please have a look at the code and the design, ask questions, and let's
try to settle everything down with sample code before doing anything
within ekiga.


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