gst-play-1.0 development status vis Increase/decrease playback rate

michael at michael at
Fri Aug 19 10:44:44 UTC 2022

Thanks Nicolas Dufresne,Yep. Steps and instant change. I've already proven that its just about possible to beat mix tracks on command line using mpv. I can code far more fine control from this gstreamer example to make something more like a turntable. Even with effects by the look of it. My ultimate aim could be to code in a physics engine to simulate turntable fx. At the moment that is implemented in UPBGE (Blender Game Engine) using Python.MichaelSent from my LG Mobile------ Original message------From: Nicolas Dufresne via gstreamer-devel Date: Thu, 18 Aug 2022 21:11To: michael at;Discussion of the development of and with GStreamer;Cc: Nicolas Dufresne;Subject:Re: gst-play-1.0 development status vis Increase/decrease playback rateLe jeudi 18 août 2022 à 18:00 +0100, Michael Z Freeman via gstreamer-devel a
écrit :
> Hi,
> I'm very interested in gst-play as its one of the few players that has a speed
> control (Increase/decrease playback rate) and I'm developing a
 CLI DJ'ing
> environment. I wanted to change the step amount that the speed changes as I
> want it to be a smooth ramp. I found "play_set_relative_playback_rate" @ 1035
> that is called from somewhere with "rate_step". This is in
>      ... However the newest version of the example tool here
>  ... does not seem to include the rate change feature. Am I looking in the
> right place ? If so can I just build from the old version with rate change ?

Its here:

I've guessing you are looking to change the steps mechanism and use 
--instant-rate-changes ?

> Cheers
> Michael Z Freeman

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