[gst-devel] video overlay plugin
gjc at inescporto.pt
gjc at inescporto.pt
Tue Apr 22 16:25:02 CEST 2003
Quoting Thomas Vander Stichele <thomas at urgent.rug.ac.be>:
> Hi Gustavo,
> > I'm sorry to post it like this in attachment, but I don't have
> > anywhere to put it, at the moment.
> > Change your videosink to textoverlay ! xvideosink to test.
> > It still has some problems due to my little understanding of YUV. If
> > anyone can help out, I'd be glad.
> > My idea is for this to be used to display subtitles in gst-player.
> > Any volunteers for that? Should be fairly simple to do the rest. We
> > only have to insert textoverlay in the pipeline, read a subtitles file,
> > and then change the 'text' attribute of the textoverlay from time to
> > time.
> I've tried compiling your tarball, but failed due to some Makefile.am
> variables that seem to be wrong to me.
> So I want to ask two things:
> a) would you be willing to check out gst-template module from cvs, and use
> the gst-plugin template directory as the build structure ? If you want, I
> can do this part for you so that is out of the way.
> It makes it easier to build against both 0.6 and 0.7 and does some other
> things in a standard way so anyone is able to compile it.
Sure, here it is.
> b) to the list in general; would it be a good idea to make a module in cvs
> in which to co-develop new plugins like this one ? We could call it
> "sandbox" for example, and make one directory for each plug-in we are
> developing, and make each directory have it's own autogen.sh script.
> In this sandbox module, people can co-develop plugins, help each other
> out, and generally mature and finish the plugins until they work basically
> and can be added to gst-plugins if wanted.
> Comments ?
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