Re: Porting perl-GStreamer to gst 1.0

I should be coming back around to this over the next few days.  I probably will cleanup the examples along those lines.

My main priority is getting a more complex pipeline going with callbacks on a fakesink.  That should provide a solid example, and hit on my original goal for the project (getting still images and video off the Raspberry Pi camera without an external program).


On Tue, Nov 18, 2014 at 2:42 PM, Torsten Schoenfeld <kaffeetisch gmx de> wrote:
On 13.11.2014 00:01, Timm Murray wrote:
> Thanks, I was able to get a basic pipeline going:

I don't know if you've changed it yet, but in your examples/,
you can write some things more idiomatically.  Instead of

Gst::Element::set_state( $pipeline, "playing" );
my $bus = Gst::Element::get_bus( $pipeline );
my $msg = $bus->timed_pop_filtered( Gst::CLOCK_TIME_NONE,
                                    [ 'error', 'eos' ]);
Gst::Element::set_state( $pipeline, "null" );

make use of the class hierarchy to write

$pipeline->set_state( "playing" );
my $bus = $pipeline->get_bus;
my $msg = $bus->timed_pop_filtered( Gst::CLOCK_TIME_NONE,
                                    [ 'error', 'eos' ]);
$pipeline->set_state( "null" );
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