[gstreamer-bugs] [Bug 430804] [PATCH] navseek only seeks (sort-of) partially

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Thu Apr 19 13:01:46 PDT 2007

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------- Comment #3 from Mark Nauwelaerts  2007-04-19 20:01 UTC -------
I am not quite sure if the above means to say that navseek will turn out OK by
itself, due to the (impending) changes in core.
In any event, to elaborate; I think it is particularly about the base_time
manipulation.  In the present (released) situation, the following happens:
let the pipeline play until (e.g.) position 30s, let then navseek perform a 10s
offset forward seek, then playing will continue at (about) 1m10s (= 40s + 30s
running_time), due to sync inspired dropping.  Similar and then even weirder
looking effects happen upon backward seek or subsequent seeks.  This is not a
"seek" one would expect, and in such a form not a comfortable potential debug

With the "full" pipeline manipulation, navseek moves about as (normally)
(definitely for the non-segment/loop seek, which happens in a separate thread
anyway).  So, will all of this (including base_time and related effects) then
happen automaticaly (somehow) ?

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