[gst-devel] How to save a stream buffer to a file ?
olivier.aubert at liris.cnrs.fr
Tue May 5 12:09:45 CEST 2009
Just a quick note about your approach: notice that your jpeg-encoding
pipeline is always running, so basically you are permanently converting
the video source into JPEG, and using it infrequently. It could be
considered as a waste of CPU.
For a similar task, I have chosen to use 2 different pipelines (1 for
playing, the other for encoding), and had a solution (see the recent
"Image conversion through a pipeline" thread) which I need to update
since it recently broke. I will keep the list posted when I update my
On Sat, 2009-05-02 at 19:07 +0200, Nicolas Bertrand wrote:
> Hello, I am writing an application who needs to make a snasphot of a n
> image videostream when a button is clicked. The application is written
> in python and I use pygst.
> I need a confirmation for the way to do that : I use the
> add_buffer_probe function 'padded' on a bin. And with the callback
> associated to add_buffer_probe i save to a jpeg file and deactivate the
> Is this the correct way to handle that kind of feature with pytgon gst ?
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