Am Montag, den 10.03.2008, 22:19 +0200 schrieb Stefan Kost: > hi, > Ross Burton schrieb: > > On Mon, 2008-03-10 at 10:34 +0000, Bastien Nocera wrote: > >> And the media profiles could certainly do with some updating/rework. > > > > I've been meaning to have a look at the profiles in Banshee, has anyone > > done an objective comparison of them to the media profiles? > > > > Ross > > > The whole profiles could also be a gstreamer utility library. Sooner or later we > need them for video too. I also would like to make use of the codec install gst > feature - show profiles where codecs are missing grayed and allow the user to > fetch the missing codecs with the codec install. > > In http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=396779 we're also discussing some > extra meta flags for gst components. Marking editable properties would help to > generate a UI to only shows those the user wants to change. But this would only help if the properties have a sane unit (just think of the bitrate property... at some places it's bps, somewhere else it's kbps, etc). It also allows to show widgets conditionally (i.e. only show the bitrate slider if we've selected wavpack's lossy mode for example). Banshee's media profiles allows to specify for each profile a few gtk widgets (not as powerful as glade of course ;) ) and can do the calculations in the lisp-dialect. So you could a) only show the user the properties he wants and b) show him the properties in a unit he understands.
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