[gst-devel] GStreamer performance

Lucas Di Pentima lucas at lunix.com.ar
Sun Apr 25 10:07:08 CEST 2004

Benjamin Otte wrote:
> GStreamer has always been an application that did not use ugly hacks to
> improve performance. It has always left scheduling up to the kernel.
> Since the Linux kernel without low-latency patches has quite some issues
> wrt correct scheduling, this used to lead to problems.
> I have not heard about problems from people running 2.6 kernels however.

So you're saying that I must use a patched kernel for low-latency to 
have GStreamer work properly? if this is correct, I should not use 
GStreamer until the majority of linux users have this patches of kernel 
2.6.x on their systems :-(

Best regards,
Lucas Di Pentima - Santa Fe, Argentina - Jabber ID: lucas at lunix.com.ar
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