[gst-devel] Using gnonlin to extract time segments from a video file

Behdad Esfahbod behdad at behdad.org
Tue Feb 10 05:30:12 CET 2009

Hi Rodrigo,

Not relevant to your question/experience anymore, but this is my experience
trying to do the same thing three years ago:




Rodrigo Manhães wrote:
> Hi,
> I need to build a small command-line tool for extracting a time
> segment from a video file, creating another video file as result
> containing the desired segment. I've tried to do this creating a
> pipeline whose source is a gnlfilesource and the sink is a filesink
> and limiting the playback to the desired timebox.
> I got good results on this same goal for audio files. For video files,
> however, the gnlfilesource's properties for start and duration are
> ignored. Has gnonlin some limitation in this sense or the problem is
> in my code?
> I've tried to do the same thing with gstreamer without gnonlin and
> didn't get success.
> The language I'm using is Python.
> I thank any help or link for information.
> []'s
> Rodrigo
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