[gmail] Re: two computer sync
matt at tribalmedia.com
Tue Mar 29 11:48:33 PDT 2011
I did this on another platform, andI set both pipelines to start a a
future time that was the same. This guaranteed the clock starts the
time and not the API call. The future time needs to be long enough
for all the calls to complete and for the item to get in the signal
queue. I chose 100 milliseconds if I recall.
I am not sure how GStreamer handles this, but that same idea should work.
On Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 6:47 AM, Riccardo Canalicchio
<riccardo.canalicchio at gmail.com> wrote:
> hi mark,
> i'm able to put two clocks synchronized but how can i synchronize two
> pipelines including start time?
> On 29 March 2011 15:29, Marc Leeman <marc.leeman at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > and what about using GstNetTimeProvider and GstNetTimeClient? they are
>> > made
>> > for this kind of stuff?
>> Using this you can go to a synchronisation of about 100-150 us on
>> RTP. We've done this about 9 months ago.
>> The patches are in GST since that time.
>> greetz, marc
>> You can't cheat the phone company.
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