[gst-devel] osxvideosink embed in application

htonal htonal at wanadoo.fr
Sat Jun 13 22:09:54 CEST 2009

Thank you for your answer.

I wonder if
- the message should be posted to the "osxvideosink" or "pipeline" 
element and if
- the "embed" property should be set to TRUE to ensure the display in 
the NSOpenGLView.
I also wonder if this question is not too stupid.

Today i had both NSWindow & NSOpenGLView subclasses created with code, 
but i think it's also possible to instanciate with Interface Builder.
To prevent the UI to freeze while in the GMainLoop and to keep a way to 
stop it in case of a continuous source (test or video) should i run it 
within an NSThread ?

> On Tue, Jun 9, 2009 at 4:52 AM, htonal <htonal at wanadoo.fr> wrote:
>> hello, i dont know if its the right list, but id like to know if anyone
>> here has succeeded in using the osxvideosink element in a pipeline
>> within an application written in objective-c, built with xcode on osx ?
>> If not, where else could i find help ?
>> Thank you
> I don't use xcode, but I have written objective-c code to embed an
> osxvideosink window; it's not too hard.
> You need to get the have-ns-view element message on the bus; this
> tells you the NSView of the video; you can then reparent that view to
> any part of your application.
> Mike
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