[gstreamer-bugs] [Bug 392534] ffdemux enhancement: push based scheduling

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------- Comment #11 from Mark Nauwelaerts  2007-04-29 19:12 UTC -------
(In reply to comment #10)
> Is this patch known to work? I have applied and compiled it successfully but
> I'm not having much luck in using pipelines which require push support.

I originally tested it with some formats I had at hand; it worked just fine
with AVI, and not so fine (IIRC) with Matroska.  In either case, though,
supplying ffmpeg with some requested next X bytes is quite the same.  What then
happens with them (which is the bulk of the processing and parsing), is another

Basically, using ffdemux_x (in piped/push mode) along with some ffdec_x should
have the same extent (or lack) of success than using ffmpeg (binary) (piped),
whatever that might be ...

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