ensonic at hora-obscura.de
Thu Aug 11 01:20:38 PDT 2011
On 08/05/11 15:57, Steve Cookson wrote:
> Hi Guys,
> I'm hoping you can help me.
> I am writing a medical video application for live surgical
> examinations, eg for endoscopies or laparoscopies. The application is
> written in wxPerl which uses an API called wxMediaCtrl as a GStreamer
> front end.
> The C++ code is shown here:
> While the video playback from a file works fine, the functionality for
> playing a webcam (wxGStreamerMediaBackend::Load (URI version)) does
> not. It seems that the webcam is opened/loaded but no image appears.
> If I use a valid webcam name, I get no reaction, but if I use an
> invalid webcam name the application crashes. I am trying to track the
> API calls through mediactrl.cpp which starts with this call, but
> should there be the equivalent of "play" for a webcam?
> Does anyone have or can you point me to a piece of Linux c++ code that
> plays a Linux webcam (eg file:///dev/video0)?
Most people here are familiar with the c code and not with that
particullar wrapper. You'll probably need to file a bug against the
wrapper. You'll find c based examples in each gstreamer module under
> Any code or other advice would be much appreciated
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