Q: Low level Design
ranshalit at gmail.com
Wed Apr 18 02:44:11 PDT 2012
Gstreamer uses OpenMAX plug-in, for the hardware acceleration, so if I
undesratnd correctly, there are allready elements for the encoding for
example, using my processor video hardware, and (probably) I do not
need my own elements ...?
If I want to do MPEG-TS (transport stream) encoding simulatenously in
all channels, and I use for example MPEG-TS library , will it do the
encoding simulatenously in all channels ? Should I explore this
library in depth in order to see if it fits my requirements ?
I appreciate your remarks,
If for example I need the encode channels simulatenousley
>> Example for such requirement:
>> encoding 5 video channels simultaneously, (video input: vp0 - 4 multiplexed
>> channels 640x480 , vp1 - 1920x1080).
>> Can such low level design be done with Gstreamer ?
> GStreamer is a framework, which allows you to build processing
> pipelines. The pipelines are composed by elements, and those elements
> do the data processing. There are a lot of elements. In this case you
> should (I guess) write your own elements.
> GStreamer is agnostic, in some degree, of how data is crunched in the low level.
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