Interpipe - Switching between two pipelines.
michael.gruner at ridgerun.com
Thu Nov 24 13:42:16 UTC 2022
Interpipes are essentially appsink/appsrc underneath.
I’ve seen this accumulation you’re referring to, and it’s almost always due to the interpipesrc (appsrc) queuing buffers. Make sure you limit the internal capacity via max-bytes, max-time or max-buffers and configure it to block or drop buffers when the internal queue is full, via block or leaky-type.
As per alternatives, there’s always the input-selector, intervideosrc/interaudiosrc or even handling the dynamic branches yourself programmatically.
> On 24 Nov 2022, at 00:31, Aravindhan K via gstreamer-devel <gstreamer-devel at lists.freedesktop.org> wrote:
> Hi All,
> For a video streaming application we are building we wanted to switch over different sources of video inputs ( One is RTSP source and other HLS source) and publish those over WebRTC connection. At first we we investigated using https://gstreamer.freedesktop.org/documentation/application-development/advanced/pipeline-manipulation.html, it worked well for switching single element, but swapping most of pipeline didn't go well for us.
> then came across this package, https://github.com/RidgeRun/gst-interpipe and tried a simple example using C code,
> when I try to switch the source pipeline, memory usage goes peeks and gets terminated by OS. If any used this package before, kindly share some pointers what I might be doing wrong.
> Or any other alternate ways to handle this would be helpful
> Aravindhan K
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