Controlling parameters in pygst
jille at quis.cx
Sat Nov 26 13:43:31 PST 2011
Stefan Sauer wrote:
> Hi again,
> can you tra gstreamer for git (or apply commit
> b5bf029401558588be1f474e1dfc7201c1e78be4). That should fix it. Thanks
> for reporting this.
Thanks a lot! It's really cool to see it got fixed within a few hours ;)
PS: As I'm not subscribed to the list I couldn't reply to your e-mail
but I read it at the archives.
Op 26-11-11 16:56, Jille Timmermans schreef:
> I'm looking for a way to, let's say, change the equalizer-settings at a
> specified point in time with GStreamer in Python. I've read the manual
> and found the Controller-class.
> Some snippets:
> eq = gst.element_factory_make('equalizer-3bands')
> control = gst.Controller(eq, 'band0', 'band1', 'band2')
> control.set_interpolation_mode('band0', gst.INTERPOLATE_NONE)
> control.set("band0", 8 * gst.SECOND, 12.0)
> control.set("band0", 12 * gst.SECOND, -12.0)
> My code is playing the MP3 I want, but doesn't do anything with the
> If I change the state of the pipeline to STATE_PLAYING and sleep for
> some time and call
> eq.set_property('band0', -12.0)
> it actually works, but I want a more exact timing.
> Some background:
> The projects goal is to make a transition between two songs described
> in an XML-file. It specifies at which time the second song should start
> playing, can specify changes in pitch, equalizer-settings etc.
> I would really love some hint whether the Controller is the right way to
> go. I've also read something about DParams but I can't find the calls in
> pygst so I assume they are not (yet) implemented.
> Thanks in advance,
> -- Jille
>  https://github.com/Jille/MiXML
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