Play any file to audio
michael.gruner at ridgerun.com
Mon Nov 16 19:28:40 UTC 2020
I don’t know your exact use case, but if you are looking for a way to generate noise you may want to take a look at audiotestsrc. It as a few noise models you might find useful:
wave : Oscillator waveform
flags: readable, writable, controllable
Enum "GstAudioTestSrcWave" Default: 0, "sine"
(0): sine - Sine
(1): square - Square
(2): saw - Saw
(3): triangle - Triangle
(4): silence - Silence
(5): white-noise - White uniform noise
(6): pink-noise - Pink noise
(7): sine-table - Sine table
(8): ticks - Periodic Ticks
(9): gaussian-noise - White Gaussian noise
(10): red-noise - Red (brownian) noise
(11): blue-noise - Blue noise
(12): violet-noise - Violet noise
> On Nov 16, 2020, at 13:20, Tim Müller <tim at centricular.com> wrote:
>> I'm not an expert in uridecodebin, but from the tests I've
>> just made it doesn't appear to be possible
> That's right.
> Decodebin needs to be able to "typefind" a stream, and it will then try
> and plug the right parsers/decoders for the format the file is in.
> You want to do the exact opposite, so decodebin is not really suitable
> for this use case, and I'm not sure what it would buy you here either.
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