[gst-devel] Need help on Audio 'cutter' element
sharath_m at mindtree.com
Sun Dec 9 14:31:44 CET 2007
To: gstreamer-devel at lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: Need help on Audio 'cutter' element
I heard about Audio 'cutter' element in the archives. I am hoping I can use
this element to resize the audio buffer flowing into my filter plugin's
I have developed a gstreamer filter (say "wow"). I have to process the in
coming audio data (GstBuffer)in the gst_wow_chain() and push it to the source
Here, my 'CONSTRAINT' is that the buffer size should be a MULTIPLE of
(exactly) 64 bytes, for processing.
When a few wav files (with 3,4,5,6channels) are used for processing, the
buffer size breaks my 'CONSTRAINT' :-(.
I want to know if audio cutter can help my filter by providing a buffer size
with 64 byte multiple.
If so please let me know if there is user guide for cutter..! :-(
I have to do (unnecessary copy operation in _chain() to resize the buffer
size for processing. I want to avoid this.
This is very urgent. Please, help me out!
Thanks and regards,
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