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Old 17th December 2002, 10:58   #1  |  Link
ChristianHJW
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Can gstreamer plugins be used outside of gstreamer ?

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maybe a bit OT, sorry, as Linux users wouldnt need to do that ( all they do is to install it on their box and enjoy ), but what is necessary to use a gstreamer plugin for decoding without gstreamer as underlying framework existing on a box or PC ?

Reason i am asking is the number of plugins somebody else was listing here in another thread ... quite impressive, isnt it !?!

We could maybe use a Vorbis plugin from VirtualDubMod for encoding audio into OGM/MCF/Matroska without the need to hardcode vorbis.dll, libogg.dll and libvorbis.dll into VdubMod ?
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Old 17th December 2002, 20:59   #2  |  Link
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hmmm I can't say exactly if it is possible. But gstreamer is thougt as a DS /VfW like framework for linux to be standard. And as I have ISDN I was not able to test if it is usefull at all at the moment. I think I have to recompile it and need to redownload all that as source rpm.
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If you implement the interface from the gstreamer side you should be able to utilise the gstreamer plugins in another program... Similar to a variety of programs out there that can interface with XMMS audio plugins.
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Any ideas how big this interface is ?

I find gstreamer a very exciting and powerful project, and one of the things i am dreaming of was the possibility to port it to Windows and MacOS one day .. this would make it possible to use media applications on any of the 3 OS without major changes ( if at all ) ...
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