QtMultiMedia and GStreamer recipes
stephen.lawrence at renesas.com
Thu Oct 6 12:01:13 EDT 2016
To be clear current GDP build includes version >= 1.2 and is therefore compliant.
If you run a Gst 1.x pipeline on the result you get 1.x. At least in my experience.
Roland's question is more about configuring Qt.
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> From: genivi-projects [mailto:genivi-projects-bounces at lists.genivi.org] On
> Behalf Of Andersson, Gunnar
> Sent: 06 October 2016 16:54
> To: Roland Krause <rkrause at ics.com>; genivi-projects at lists.genivi.org
> Subject: SV: QtMultiMedia and GStreamer recipes
> Recent compliance specifications require >= version 1.2 for GStreamer and
> GDP should always aspire to be a compliant system.
> Remember: The *baseline* is always compliant, GDP is an extension that
> may need a little time to catch up, but it *should* catch up.
> So I can't add much help in the "how" but only encourage this as the right
> thing to do. (It's been years since gstreamer 0.10 stopped being supported
> by the gstreamer project...)
> Best Regards
> - Gunnar
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> Krause [rkrause at ics.com]
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> I know I brought this up before - but I need some advice here -
> Currently GDP provides Qt-5.6 which uses gstreamer-0.1 as a default (this is
> configurable at build time afaik)
> Is there a way to change the recipes in meta-qt5 to use GStreamer-1.0?
> If not - what is the proper way to get gstreamer-0.1 to build for the GDP
> Any help and recomendations appreciated.
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