Tag Archives: gstreamer
The GStreamer team announces a new bug-fix release for the new API and ABI-stable 1.x series of the GStreamer multimedia framework. It brings many bug fixes to Gstreamer Core alongside with Gstreamer Plugins. Porting to GStreamer1 is one of the goals of Gnome (not yet completed) and many Gnome software already uses Gstreamer1 -Empathy, Totem, [...]
The GStreamer Conference ended almost two weeks ago but the talks were released today from Ubicast. Since GStreamer 1.0 was round the corner at the time, a lot of interesting things were presented and discussed about the past, present and future of the project.
Libre Office (LO) 3.6.1 came out yesterday with many bug fixes. That was the second release from 3.6 branch. But more good things happened. LO port in GStreamer 1 (aka 0.11) was marked as done! From curiosity I also checked the GTK3 port of Libre Office ..and also GTK3 port in Gimp and Firefox.
This is a response to some high traffic Tech/News Magazines that tend to present Gnome like an unpopular, un-maintain and almost abandoned project. But it is also a response to some people that are pessimistic and negative about the future of Gnome. I believe that things are much different…
For the third consecutive year there will be a GStreamer Conference, and this time it will take place on San Diego, USA! The event will last for two days, from August 28 to 29, and it will be held at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina.
As GStreamer developers work hard towards the 1.0 release, developers of Gnome modules and applications that use the multimedia framework try to finish the porting as soon as possible. Let’s take a look on the situation so far!
Four Dollars (?) uploaded some example code with Vala and GStreamer. The samples include an Audio example, an Audio Streaming example, an Video example and Speech Recognition example with CMU Sphinx.
Eleven years after its initial release, GStreamer the popular open source multimedia framework that powers the sound in GNOME (and other Linux environments ofc!) is near to the “stable” 1.0 version!