RELEASE: gst-python, GNonLin and Gstreamer Editing Services 1.2.0

GNOME tsaunier at
Sun Mar 16 07:33:28 PDT 2014

The GStreamer community is happy to announce the very first stable release
of the Gstreamer Editing Services, gst-python and gnonlin in the 1.X serie.
This is the result of 2 years of work and brings many new features and bug


 * GESAsset and GESProject APIs bringing those central concepts into GES
 * Audio mixing and Video compositing, making mixing of clips possible
between layers
 * Timeline edition API, making it simple to ripple/roll/trim/slide clips
in the timeline
 * GESGroup API, making it possible to group clips into one single coherent
 * Complete API and naming rework to make it clearer and more intuitive
 * Rework of the class hierarchy to be more coherent and future proof
 * Port to the new GStreamer 1.x API
 * Lot of re-factoring, bug fixing and code cleaning

 * Port to the new GStreamer 1.x API
 * Change the API to be commit based, meaning that changes in the
   composition won't be taken into account until you explicitly
   commit them, making it possible to handle live edition without
   races in the future
 * Minor API cleanup
 * Removed the playback rate control APIs

 * Remove static bindings as we now work with PyGObject GI bindings
 * Add glue code to register Gst defined primary types into PyGObject
 * Make the PyGObject generated API more pythonic through overrides
 * Support python 3.X

It can all be installed in parallel with the 0.10.x series and will not
affect an existing 0.10.x installation.

Release tarballs can be downloaded directly from:
53f15ddf6749e511df0de9eba8c0717e  gst-python-1.2.0.tar.gz

As always, please let us know of any issues you run into by filing a bug
in Bugzilla:

Best regards,

Thibault Saunier
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