Monthly Archives: November 2006

Decodebin2 has landed in CVS !

Spent yesterday and today doing the last cleanups in GstDataQueue, the multiqueue element and decodebin2. Mostly adding documentation, making sure the API of GstDataQueue satisfies all future requirements, etc… … and finally commited it to gstreamer and gst-plugins-base ! So you can either grab cvs and start testing it, or wait for the 0.10.11 releases […]

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The "Gringo" is back from Brazil

Last week, I went over to Recife, Brazil, to give a advanced GStreamer training course to the INDT folks. Despite it being the first training I ever gave (I already did several lectures and practical courses, but nothing this intensive), it was IMHO a real success. First of all, because of the attendees who were […]

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dead cheap 20Mb/ADSL … at what cost

Over 6 months ago I got a 20Mbit/s ADSL2+ connection with ya.com here in Spain. Of course you never get 20Mbit/s with those connection but I got a nice 15Mbit/s. Perfect for getting something immediatly, watching HQ streams without bothering about somebody else using the net in the house, etc… All in all, I was […]

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Decodebin 2 : less cruft, more zing !

Christian blogged some time ago about me working on decodebin2. And it’s finally landed in bugzilla for your reviewing pleasure. You will need the following 3 patches: GstSafeQueue : an GObject that contains all the threadsafe queuing functionnalities of a GstQueue. This allows elements to use such an object to add some queuing features, without […]

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It’s alive !

… seriously Yes, I’m still alive, kicking and well. I can’t believe the last post is from 1 year ago Lots of stuff has been happening, too much for a blog entry. Fluendo and PiTiVi Working at Fluendo is rocking as usual, lots of stuff happening. I am now the maintainer for gst-python, gnonlin and […]

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