AW: Gstreamer time shift pipeline
keith.thornton at zeiss.com
Fri Aug 25 05:32:17 UTC 2017
Hi, how large is your time shift. You could use splitfilrsrc / splitfilesink in two separate pipelines. If the timeshift is short, you could do it with a queue and setting the threshold parameter and a tee to save it to disk.
Von: gstreamer-devel [mailto:gstreamer-devel-bounces at lists.freedesktop.org] Im Auftrag von pchaurasia
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 24. August 2017 09:55
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Betreff: Gstreamer time shift pipeline
I am looking to create 'time shift pipeline' using Gstreamer. This refers to actual recording of scene using cameras, putting the resultant bitstream on disk , and then re-reading the same video (after some delay) for further OpenCV processing.
We are looking to record videos on tegra hardware (Tx1/Tx2) and then process the recorded videos further.
Could someone please give any pointer / gstreamer code for a time shift pipe ?
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