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Re: gstreamer 0.10

Thomas Vander Stichele wrote:
On Mon, 2005-12-12 at 00:52 +0100, Dennis Jacobfeuerborn wrote:
Naheem Zaffar wrote:
I did not think there would be a day fedora would shy away from the latest stuff. If there are problesm, well that is the point of rawhide and test releases.
Right now the problem is that software that actually makes use of gstreamer 0.10 seems to be hard to come by.

Software that has support for 0.10 atm:

- Flumotion (http://www.flumotion.net/)
- totem (configure option in CVS HEAD)
- jamboree (CVS HEAD)
- pitivi (CVS HEAD)
- Rhythmbox (CVS HEAD)
- Banshee (HEAD)
- bmpx (HEAD)

Given that 0.10 has been out for nine days at this point, that's a
pretty good start.  releases of these are expected this month.

If people can get out stable releases this fast then that's a good reason to include gstreamer 0.10 indeed. My worry was that since it has only been out for nine days as you said and there are virtually no released applications yet there is very little real-world data out there about the stability of gst 0.10.

After giving up on Banshee I tried Rhythmbox HEAD which kinda works but not really. Playing a file doesn't work right away and I have to give the seekbar a little nudge to make it start playing.

Does this happen always ? Every type of file ? More info would help.

Yes, it happens always and with every file. Well, more info about what info you need would help too. :) (see below)

Unfortunately that's actually more than I get out of Rhythmbox with gstreamer 0.8 (see https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=174917 ).

Hm, two things:
a) a bug report on rhythmbox is probably better put into rhythmbox's

I was mostly filed this bug for completeness sake and since I didn't get any sort of reply on it anyway I'm now more concerned with gst 0.10.

b) the bug report is short on details.  What version of GStreamer ? What
types of files ? What audio sink ? What CPU ? ...

I filed it against Fedora-devel so the versions of the various bits are whatever is currently in rawhide. (top to bottom: rhythmbox-0.9.2-3.1, gstreamer-0.8.11-2.1, alsa-lib-1.0.10rf-3, kernel-2.6.14-1.1752_FC5)

It happens with all types of files and the audio sink is the, well, default one (my guess is alsa). Rhythmbox does not have any option to specify the sink. The CPU is an AMD Athlon(tm) XP 2000+ although I'm not sure what the CPU would have to do with it. The audio card is an M-Audio Audiophile 2496 using the ice1712 driver.


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