[DShow] A bunch of stubs...
fenix at club-internet.fr
Mon Jun 9 12:43:53 CDT 2003
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> I've been thinking (waits for the applause to die down). DirectShow is
> similar in style and architecture to GStreamer right? They both use
> graphs of connected elements. Would it be possible to use GStreamer to
> implement Quartz?
i had the same idea, while looking xine code ;)
> * Saves potentially a lot of work, depending on how big DirectShow is.
> * GStreamer is written in C, under the LGPL (though licenses of codecs
> * Get lots of codecs for free.
we can add a wine->gstreamer plugin who can use windows codecs (using wine
infra to use it) mplayer have already a code for that using a little of wine
> * Are they too different? Would it be like trying to map comctrl onto
i don't think, but gstreamer isn't complete as dshow yet ;(
> * Adds an extra dependancy on GStreamer. Still, all distros with
> gnome2.2 (ie all of them) ship with it on the CDs.
we can easily "dlopen" it on run-time.
The problem is: can gstreamer work on all unix platforms ?
> * I don't know what I'm talking about, so I could be being dumb.
lol maybe ;)
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