Ubuntu 13.04 GStreamer 0.10 packages
rob.krakora at messagenetsystems.com
Mon Jul 22 05:45:35 PDT 2013
uvch264_src was never in a release of 0.10 (in 0.10 it is called
uvch264_src and not uvch264src as in 1.x). You will have to git clone the
gst-plugins-good and gst-plugins-bad 0.10 repositories and then you will
have the uvch264_src plugin and the supporting signalling in the v4l2src
plugin. I use CentOS and it's GStreamer packages are older than
Methuselah, so I always go with the packages released from the GStreamer
site, or, if so directed as in this instance, git clone repositories.
On Mon, Jul 22, 2013 at 1:42 AM, Adam Goodwin <adam.goodwin.nz at gmail.com>wrote:
> So far I've been using GStreamer 1.x, which I've been downloading and
> installing from here:
> Now I need to install version 0.10.x, to try some functionality that
> hasn't been ported to 1.x yet.
> My Ubuntu installation already has some non-dev 0.10 stuff installed from
> the Ubuntu Software Center (e.g. gstreamer0.10-plugins-good). However the
> listed dev packages only include "libgstreamer0.10-dev",
> "libgstreamer-plugins-base-base0.10-dev". and
> There doesn't seem to be development library packages for good or ugly,
> and even installing the bad package doesn't seem to give me uvch264src -
> which is what I need.
> So first of all does anyone know why there doesn't seem to be a complete
> set of dev packages in Ubuntu Software Center?
> Because of this I could simply install 0.1x from source, just as I did
> with version 1.x. That way I could get everything that I need easily.
> But I believe I'd have to remove the installed 0.1x packages from Software
> Center first (to avoid conflicts between the different 0.1x installs). The
> problem here is that I have some dependent packages that have to be
> uninstalled if I try to uninstall GStreamer 0.1x from Software Center. And
> I'd rather leave those alone.
> So it seems I'm stuck here. It doesn't look like I can get everything I
> need for GStreamer 0.1x from Software Center. But it also doesn't look like
> I can install from source very easily because of possible conflicts with
> 0.1x packages installed from Software Center.
> Does anyone know what the best approach I should take is? Can I do
> anything about Software Center's apparent lack of certain GStreamer
> packages? Can I install another 0.1x build from source alongside the ones
> from Software Center? Or is my only option to uninstall the Ubuntu packages
> before installing from source?
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