[gst-devel] new plugin: fakefilter

Jason Toffaletti jason at subterrific.net
Wed Oct 20 11:24:41 CEST 2004

It looks like I could use a GstProbe if I was building the pipeline in
code, but I'm using gst_parse_launch so I don't have to write code
dealing with dynamic pads.

Jason T.

On Tue, 2004-10-19 at 13:25 +0200, Jérémy Simon wrote:
> Hello,
> > I've created a new Gstreamer plugin that I call fakefilter. Right now it
> > just passes all data through it unmodified, but it emits signals inside
> > the chain and change state callbacks.
> > 
> > My purpose for developing this plugin is that I need a way to get access
> > to data at certain points during a pipeline. My application is so
> > specialized that developing custom plugins doesn't make sense because it
> > wouldn't be something any other application would use. So I created this
> > "pure-virtual" plugin that allows me to implement a plugin at an
> > application level.
> Not sure it's what you need but did you take a look to GstProbe ? You
> can get buffers from pad.
> I hope it helps
> --
> Jeremy
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