Changes between Version 17 and Version 18 of gstreamer


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Timestamp:
12/17/2020 08:09:17 PM (2 years ago)
Author:
Tim Harvey
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created OS section and moved OpenWrt note there

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    1414Also note that GStreamer capture devices are {{{/dev/videoN}}} which require some configuration if using Processor specific video input busses such as the IMX6 capture using Analog (CVBS) or Digital video (HDMI). If using these capture interfaces please see [wiki:linux/media] for details on how to use {{{media-ctl}}} to configure those devices.
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     16= OS Support
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     18== Ubuntu
     19GStreamer packages are available on Ubuntu and the instructions here have been tested with the Ventana Ubuntu Focal image with the Gateworks 5.4 kernel.
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     21== Buildroot
     22GStreamer packages are available in buildroot and if you are using the Gateworks 5.4 kernel you will be able to use the information on this page.
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     24A specific wiki page shows what configuration you will need: http://trac.gateworks.com/wiki/buildroot/gstreamer
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     27== OpenWrt
     28OpenWrt is not intended for Video support. While there are some gstreamer packages available they are limited and the kernel does not have video input and output enabled with the exception of video console support.
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     30Gateworks does not support OpenWrt for video capture and display using Gstreamer.
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    89 ====OpenWrt
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    91 Overall, the kernel used in OpenWrt is not tuned for gstreamer to work well and is missing some key configurations.
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    93 Thus, Ubuntu is recommended.
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