[gst-devel] gstreamer-0.10 for win32(binary)

NeBlackCat (lists) lists at asd-group.com
Sun May 20 11:39:13 CEST 2007


You need to update your GTK runtimes to the latest version. I had 
exactly the same problem, and upgrading to 2.10.11 
did the trick.

You should also get all the latest stuff from 
http://gstreamer.freedesktop.org/data/pkg/windows/cvs/ (Sebastien 
Moutte's latest Win32 builds of stuff recently from CVS) as it's much 
less problematic than what is on the site you mentioned.

Also see the following snippet from recent messages on the subject of 
building for Win32, in case you didnt catch it the first time round 
(Sebastien is looking at the "line 412 assertion" error message that is 

Good luck

- John

/Just to point out for other newbies that all you need to install for
building (other than your stuff ) now are the dev packs for:
   glib -
   iconv - http://www.zlatkovic.com/pub/libxml/iconv-1.9.2.win32.zip
   libxml - http://www.zlatkovic.com/pub/libxml/libxml2-2.6.27.win32.zip

And in a project's include paths:
   <install dir>\Common\GStreamer\0.10.dev\include\
   <install dir>\Common\GStreamer\0.10.dev\include\glib-2.0\
   <install dir>\Common\GStreamer\0.10.dev\lib\glib-2.0\include\

And lib paths:
   <install dir>\Common\GStreamer\0.10.dev\lib\

And libs:

Assuming GTK+ runtime environment is already installed, of course.

With these I can build the official "hello world" command line app for
playing ogg vorbis files (paste code from Gstreamer API manual at ) and
it runs without crashing, as does everything else.

However it still doesn't run properly - it prints the following and exits:

"** (gst1.exe:3680): CRITICAL **: file
E:\devel-cvs\src\gstreamer\gst\gstinfo.c: line 413: assertion `category
!= NULL' failed
One element could not be created"


Omair Abdullah wrote:
> Hi,
> I downloaded the GStreamer win32 binaries(setup-installers) from
> http://perso.orange.es/moutte983/gstreamer/
> and installed them. I also installed gst-python from the same page.
> But when I try to 'import gst' from the python prompt I get the
> following error...('import pygst' seems to be working fine)
> python.exe - Entry Point Not Found
> The procedure entry point gst_segtrap_is_enabled could not be located
> in the dynamic link library libgstreamer-0.10.dll.
> I am using Python 2.5. Can this be the cause of the error(The setup
> installer requires 2.4 so i installed using the zip file).
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