dynamic element switching in running pipe

Deepika deepika at cinemacraft.tv
Mon Nov 28 18:30:32 PST 2011


 From my limited understanding,Queues will be needed when you need to 
spawn a different thread, mostly for elements that are process 
intensive. The only way to know is to try it out!! All the best :)

- Deepika

On 11/28/2011 09:11 PM, freddy wrote:
> thanks deepika. i'll try it out. btw, do you know if queues are must to use
> in the example with the tee element? asking just because i have a custom
> source element which doesn't work well with queues(probably wrong
> timestamping issues).
> and jeroen, thx for your response, but i need the opposite of
> input-selector. after looking at your post, i found the output-selector
> element, which seems to do what i need, but i had no luck with it. it works
> slightly different from input-selector(not event-driven), so i had a tough
> time using the example you gave.
> thanks anyway though.
> can still use help :-) , Freddy
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