wav to ogg using Gstreamer Editing Services.

Stefan Kost ensonic at hora-obscura.de
Wed Mar 16 07:07:49 PDT 2011

On 16.03.2011 13:52, vineeth wrote:
> This looks like a wav file based behavior, for few  wav files,
> mpegaudioparse , ffdec_mp3 is used.
> I have attached the wav file for this can be reproduced.
> --vineeth
> On Wed, Mar 16, 2011 at 4:16 PM, vineeth <nvineeth at gmail.com
> <mailto:nvineeth at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     Hi,
>     I was trying the test4.c example in
>     gstreamer-editing-services-0.10.1/tests/examples , which is used
>     to append one or more audio media files into a ogg file.
>     I was surprised to see that trying to combine wav files into a ogg
>     file was using mpegaudioparse and mp3 decoder.
>     May be this is a bug and this can be improved., can somebody pls
>     clarify on this.
>     The relevant command is :
>     ./test4 file:///home/user/wav.ogg
>     /mnt/hgfs/ubuntu_shared/streams/Windows\ Default.wav
>     The generated ogg file is fine, however I think the pipeline can
>     be optimized.
>     I have attached the logs with GST_DEBUG=3
>     Thanks,
>     --vineeth
Everything is fine.

$ gst-discoverer-0.10 ~/temp/Windows\ Default.wav
Analyzing file:///home/ensonic/temp/Windows%20Default.wav
Done discovering file:///home/ensonic/temp/Windows%20Default.wav

  audio: WAV
    audio: MPEG-1 Layer 3 (MP3)

  Duration: 0:00:00.731450000
  Seekable: yes
      Audio-Codec: MPEG-1 layer 3
      Normale Bitrate: 160000
      has crc: false
      channel mode: stereo
      layer: 3
      mode: stereo
      emphasis: none
      Bitrate: 160000

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