correct usage of elements 'tee' and 'output-selector'
id012c3076 at blueyonder.co.uk
Wed Sep 12 10:32:38 UTC 2018
Certainly, in the case of pipeline 1, you want a queue after the tee and
before both glimagesink and fpsdisplaysink.
A queue would probably help in the other pipeline too.
On 12/09/18 10:47, vk_gst wrote:
> I have the following pipelines :
> 1. gst-launch-1.0 videotestsrc ! tee name=t ! glimagesink t. !
> 2. gst-launch-1.0 videotestsrc ! output-selector name=ops ! glimagesink
> ops. ! fpsdisplaysink
> When I run these pipelines, I see the following behaviour:
> 1. For pipe1 : two render windows are displayed and the video is freezed in
> one window(opengl renderer), and the other rendering window is black.
> 2. For pipe2 : one render window is displayed and the video is freezed
> I was expecting to see a continuous video stream in both the cases.
> Could anyone tell me where I am going wrong with this? There are also not
> many examples of using output-selector. Can anyone provide me some examples
> of using the output-selector, wherein I want to switch the output based on
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