Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of gstreamer


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Timestamp:
02/01/2020 01:20:56 AM (3 years ago)
Author:
Tim Harvey
Comment:

fixed typos

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    718718 * The CODA driver requires CMA memory for buffers when it is used. Make sure to provide the kernel with enough CMA memory with the kernel command-line (ie 'cma=64M' for 64MB which should be enough)
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    720 Note that the following examples assume you are using raw video encoded files, not container formats used for mimxed multimedia types (audio + video) such as ogg, avi, or mov (Quicktime). For information on de-muxing container formats see [wiki:gstreamer/multimedia]
     720Note that the following examples assume you are using raw video encoded files, not container formats used for mimxed multimedia types (audio + video) such as ogg, avi, or mov (Quicktime). For information on de-muxing container formats see [#multimedia]
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    722722Examples:
     
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    732 For more examples including working with 'multimedia' files that contain both audio and video see [wiki:gstreamer/multimedia]
     732For more examples including working with 'multimedia' files that contain both audio and video see [#multimedia]
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    802802There are many more. You can search for your specified one by running a similar search: {{{gst-inspect-1.0 | grep enc}}}.
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    804 Note that each encoder has its own limits on the samples it accepts (S16LE, S24LE etc). You can find the formats accepted via {{{gst-inspect-1.0 <element>}}} and you can use the [#audioconvert {{{audioconvert}}}] element  to convert audio samplerate / bitwidth / format (via software algorithms) as needed between two elements.
     804Note that each encoder has its own limits on the samples it accepts (S16LE, S24LE etc). You can find the formats accepted via {{{gst-inspect-1.0 <element>}}} and you can use the [#audioconvertaudioconvert] element  to convert audio samplerate / bitwidth / format (via software algorithms) as needed between two elements.
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    806806Examples:
     
    824824 * flacdec - decode {{{audio/x-flac}}} to {{{audio/x-raw}}}
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    826 Note that each decoder has its own limits on the samples it produces at its src pad (S16LE, S24LE etc). You can find the formats accepted via {{{gst-inspect-1.0 <element>}}} and you can use the [#audioconvert {{{audioconvert}}}] element  to convert audio samplerate / bitwidth / format (via software algorithms) as needed between two elements.
     826Note that each decoder has its own limits on the samples it produces at its src pad (S16LE, S24LE etc). You can find the formats accepted via {{{gst-inspect-1.0 <element>}}} and you can use the [#audioconvert audioconvert] element  to convert audio samplerate / bitwidth / format (via software algorithms) as needed between two elements.
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    828828Examples:
     
    838838Audio samples specified by the {{{audio/x-raw}}} vary between bit width and endieness as well as the sampling rate (how many times a second audio is measured) and the number of channels that are sampled.
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    840 To specify the details of the audio format, you use a [#capsfilter GStreamer {{{capsfilter}}}] and to convert it from one format to another you use the GStreamer {{{audioconvert}}} element.
     840To specify the details of the audio format, you use a [#capsfilter GStreamer capsfilter] and to convert it from one format to another you use the GStreamer {{{audioconvert}}} element.
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    842842Examples: