Still can't get videomixer to do live video at full frame rate
ensonic at hora-obscura.de
Sat Aug 20 01:09:08 PDT 2011
On 08/20/11 00:29, wally_bkg wrote:
> Stefan Kost wrote:
>> On 08/19/11 18:12, wally_bkg wrote:
>>> Stefan Kost wrote:
>>>> On 08/17/11 18:37, wally_bkg wrote:
>>>>> wally_bkg wrote:
>>>>> // shift a camera to bottom half of container frame
>>>>> g_object_set (G_OBJECT (mixsink1), "ypos", 480, NULL);
>>>>> g_print("Can't get mixer sink_1 pad!");
>>> Thanks, but this is a bit confusing. Are you saying I should just use
>>> gst_element_get_static_pad() with the same arguments I used with
>>> I though the mixer pads were "request". The documentation says the
>>> with gst_element_get_pad() was after getting the pad reference it wasn't
>>> clear which kind of pad it was.
>> Sorry indeed those are request pads, so please use the other function.
> Actually gst_element_get_request_pad() doesn't work, I get:
> GStreamer-CRITICAL **: Padname sink_0 is not unique in element mixer, not
I made a small change to the docs to point that out.
> I'd forgotten about this while I was stumbling around trying to figure out
> how to do it before I came up with using gst_element_get_pad().
> It seems the "depreciated and to be removed" gst_element_get_pad() function
> does something that can be most useful and code simplifying.
The problem with hat one is that it will leak request_pads.
> Namely returning a reference to a request pad that was automatically linked
> gst_element_link_many(source1, colorspace1, scale1, I420filter1, vrate1,
> tover1, queue1, mixer, NULL);
> In light of this, I think removing it from a future version would be a
> mistake, unless a clearly documented better way is introduced.
We are improving the documentation. You need to understand that a static
pad is always there, for request_pads you create a new one when getting
it, someone has to drop it also at some point.
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