[gst-devel] Using a Bin
José Luis Segura Lucas
josel.segura at gmx.es
Sat Oct 16 00:28:23 CEST 2010
I just try to use gst.Bin directly and it works (using ghost pads and
The only way I can't get it working is creating the Bin using the
function parse_bin_from_description. :-(
El Sat, 16 Oct 2010 00:13:48 +0200
José Luis Segura Lucas <josel.segura at gmx.es> escribió:
> El Fri, 15 Oct 2010 14:23:07 -0300
> Luciana Fujii Pontello <luciana at holoscopio.com> escribió:
> > On Fri, 2010-10-15 at 18:25 +0200, José Luis Segura Lucas wrote:
> > > If I create the bin usign the "normal" way (declare the bin, the
> > > elements, add it to the bin...) it simply can't link the
> > > videotestsrc to the bin.
> > When creating your bin you need to create a ghost pad targeting the
> > decodebin2 sink pad, so you can link the videotestsrc to the bin.
> > Other than that, you also need to connect to "new-decoded-pad"
> > signal from decodebin2 and link the pad to autovideosink in you
> > callback.
> > > If I create the bin using parse_bin_from_description, all goes
> > > fine, but the image of the videotestsrc "freeze". I suppose that
> > > I'm missing some step... Can you help me?
> > I don't know what may be causing that. Check if that happens when
> > you do it the "normal" way too.
> Doing it the normal way (videotestsrc -> decodebin2 -> autovideosink)
> works perfect (without using Bin)
> > But it's a little odd to use decodebin2
> > in that pipeline. Why are you doing that?
> Well, I know. It is only an example. I use the decodebin2 because I
> need two elements inside the bin and one outside. My problem is in
> another program, but this is the smallest snippet I can imagine to
> show the problem to you :-)
> > Regards,
> Thanks for your time!
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