[gst-devel] plugins for editing
ensonic at hora-obscura.de
Wed Sep 1 11:29:43 CEST 2010
On 30.08.2010 10:09, Edward Hervey wrote:
> On Sun, 2010-08-29 at 22:47 -0500, Vasilis Liaskovitis wrote:
>> has anyone worked on the plugins for editing project?
>> If there is still work to be done,
> Definitely :) Nobody tackled that task for this summer of code.
>> are there any existing open source
>> filters/apps that people would like to use as gstreamer elements?
> You just made me realize I never got round to putting down a list of
> the existing available FOSS projects that could be wrapped :(
> At the top of my head:
> * audio noise removal: audacity has a quite decent noise
> estimation/removal filter.
Also Gnome Wave Cleaner comes to my mind here:
> * video filters:
> ** you should have a look at the avisynth filters (most of them are
> open-source but not free software though, and exist only for windows,
> but should be easy to wrap as gstreamer plugins)
> ** you could also leverage the existing open-cv gstplugins for the
> motion estimation
> * color correction:
> ** Thibault Saunier (thiblahute, SoC student on PiTiVi) was interested
> on working on this, you could maybe contact him. Having these elements
> in GStreamer is the top-ranked requirement for PiTiVi in regards to
> effects :)
> ** The detection part is more the ability of being able to represent
> the colors in various spaces (HSL, CMYKRGB, ...) by either emitting it
> as messages on the bus or as a separate vectorscope/waveform video
> ** The correction part is (mostly) the ability to change the colors
> using HSL (Hue/Saturation/Luminance) in different configurable ranges
> (Overall, Shadows, Midtones, Light).
> * once a pair of those plugins are available (ex: audio noise
> detection/removal) one could also add a bin element that, by re-using
> them and working over a number of previous/future frames, applies some
> smart correction.
> Don't hesitate to ask for help,
>> I 'd
>> be willing to help out with development / testing.
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