GStreamer 1.17.1 development release

Davide Perini perini.davide at
Sat Jun 20 19:41:13 UTC 2020

Sorry for the noob question and congrats for your awesome work here guys,
is there a way to download the development build for windows?

Should I build it by my self or there is a downloadable binary?


Il 20/06/2020 14.36, Tim-Philipp Müller ha scritto:
> The GStreamer team is pleased to announce the first development release
> in the unstable 1.17 release series.
> The unstable 1.17 release series adds new features on top of the
> current stable 1.16 series and is part of the API and ABI-stable 1.x
> release series of the GStreamer multimedia framework.
> The unstable 1.17 release series is for testing and development
> purposes in the lead-up to the stable 1.18 series which is scheduled
> for release in a few weeks time. Any newly-added API can still change
> until that point, although it is rare for that to happen.
> Draft release notes highlighting all the new features, bugfixes,
> performance optimisations and other important changes in the 1.17/1.18
> are still being prepared and will be made available in due course.
> The autotools build has been dropped entirely for this release, so it's
> finally all Meson from here on.
> This development release is primarily for distributors and early
> adaptors and anyone who still needs to update their build/packaging
> setup for Meson.
> On the documentation front we have switched away from gtk-doc to
> hotdoc, but we now provide a release tarball of the built documentation
> in html and devhelp format, and we recommend distributors switch to
> that and provide a single gstreamer documentation package in future.
> Instead of a gst-validate tarball we now ship a gst-devtools tarball.
> Binary packages for Android, iOS, Mac OS X and Windows will be provided
> in the next few days.
> The rough plan going forward is probably another development release in
> 1-2 weeks time, and then feature freeze and a first 1.18 pre-release
> around the first week of July or so. Then hopefully we can get 1.18 out
> sometime later that month.
> As always, please let us know of any issues you run into by filing a
> bug in Gitlab:
> Enjoy!
> Cheers
>   Tim
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