gst-build success but missing h264 encode/decode elements
ding at panopto.com
Wed Mar 13 00:16:58 UTC 2019
Plugins are only built when relevant dependencies are met (in terms of your
package manager). Here are some docker containers associated with regular
Also I figured out the exact set of packages for Ubuntu 18.04:
- Includes libx264-dev
I'm not sure what packages are required for Raspberry Pi but hopefully this
On Tue, Mar 12, 2019 at 3:10 PM Mohammad Bhuyan <mohammad.bhuyan at gmail.com>
> I have built GStreamer using gst-build (uses meson and ninja) on Raspbian
> It was a fresh install of Raspbian (Basic). Also, I did not change any
> gst-build config.
> The build was ok after meeting some basic dependency issues like flex,
> etc. Given the build uses '/usr/local' as install prefix, I had to
> the corresponding path for ldconfig
> After the build, I have tested that a basic test pipeline is working. I
> 'gst-launch-1.0 videotestsrc ! autovideosink'
> My problem is that I need x264enc element (or equivalent) to build a
> pipeline and my GStreamer installation doesn't seem to have it. Maybe my
> build/install didn't produce that element or gstreamer? My understanding is
> that it is probably expected as I took a fresh install of Raspbian which
> probably lacked dependency for x264* elements.
> I did notice that OpenH264 was built part of GStreamer, thus I expected
> OpenH264 enc/dec elements should be there. But using gst-inspect I don't
> seem to see them.
> My questions are:
> 1. For H264 encoding/decoding which elements are preferred - OpenH264 vs
> 2. How do I make my gst-build produce those plugins? What dependencies must
> I install before my build?
> 3. Is it possible that my build actually produced those plugins but my path
> setup is not current for GStreamer to see them?
> 4. In regards to question (2) above, where is the documentation for
> dependencies for plugins/elements?
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