significance of STREAM_LOCK
ved.kpl at gmail.com
Thu Dec 8 00:23:19 PST 2011
Streaming thread is a generic term in which your pipeline is running,
when you set the pipeline to playing (from the application thread,
main()), the pipeline
will start running in separate thread(s), which we call as streaming thread(s).
chain function is just a function which is called on the sinkpad when
an upstream element
pushes the buffers down. (chain function is called under streaming
On Thu, Dec 8, 2011 at 1:31 PM, chandu
<chandrakala.madhira at incubesol.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the explanation. That was very useful information.
> i have doubt regarding streaming thread.
> streaming thread and chain function execute in different threads?
> If YES, chain function blocks streaming thread because, chain function
> processes data provided by streaming thread. Is that correct
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