[gstreamer-bugs] [Bug 350477] [Registry] Provide a way for plugins to delegate the 'changes' behaviour
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------- Comment #22 from Felipe Contreras 2008-02-27 14:26 UTC -------
The OpenMAX case is a little different. I haven't really decided which is the
best way to approach this, but probably it will stay in the current state.
Right now different OpenMAX IL implementations can be loaded at run-time, and
each one of these can have different components. IMO it would be overkill to
try to map all of the possible omx components, so instead what I'm doing is
creating elements per standard component. These standard components are defined
in the spec, examples include mp3 decdoder, h264 encoder, vorbis decoder, etc.
However, some mechanism to map GStreamer elements should be devised, for
gst_class=GstOmxMp3Dec /* this can be guessed with OpenMAX IL facilities. */
In this situation gst-openmax would require the registry to be updated when the
previous information changes. The omx_name/library are only useful to
gst-openmax, and gst_name/class are needed for GStreamer registry.
There are ways this how this could work but those are more esoteric.
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