[gst-devel] What projects are underway?
wim.taymans at chello.be
Mon Apr 23 01:14:07 CEST 2001
On 22 Apr 2001 23:50:10 +0100, Bastien Nocera wrote:
> On 23 Apr 2001 00:33:33 +0200, Ronald Bultje wrote:
> > Hey again,
> > On 2001.04.19 20:43:49 +0200 Bastien Nocera wrote:
> > > If you're to do a NLE, please do not use _only_ GTK+. Please use the
> > > GNOME libraries (meaning the gnome-libs for the UI, and as Dan
> > > suggested, the amazing Bonobo).
> > > Nobody would think of doing a Qt-only application, one does a KDE
> > > application. You will save a lot of time using the already existing
> > > libraries, rather than reinventing the wheel for every special widget.
> > Why?
> > Video editing is not about widgets.
> > Video-editing is about some simple buttons which trigger a function. The
> > function BELOW that button is what video editing is all about. If it wasn't
> I know, I just said that for the GUI, it's easier to use Gnome rather
> than GTK+ because it leaves you concentrate on what's important: the
> functionality, rather than the details of the GUI.
> > for the people who want GUIs all the time (I'm one of them ;-), I could
> > make a console-driven video editor...
> heh, and how would you preview ? with the "nobody-has-been-crazy-enough"
> aalib based output for gstreamer =P
Thanks for the insult :-). I just commited an aasink.
> > The only widget I'm having problems with now is one for scene-cutting. But
> > gnome/bonobo doesn't seem to have it too. (I need a scrollbar with three
> > thicks instead of one)
> Like the gradient editor in GIMP has ?
> > Btw what is bonobo anyway?
> A component model, and library. Some people here know more about this
> than me.
> /Bastien Nocera
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