Monthly Archives: October 2004

Volume Applet: So the volume applet was almost perfect, until people started filing bug reports against it! Eek! Bad people. Screw you guys! I fixed most of ‘em, except for the remaining two where I really don’t have the slightest … Continue reading

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Back from the death: I looked at GStreamer Recorder again tonight, for the first time in something like a year or so. I was annoyed by pretty much everything, but I won’t rewrite it. Instead, I’ll fix all the issues … Continue reading

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Totem in Fedora Yes, we’re in! I was happy to see Totem (based on a GStreamer backend) becoming a part of Fedora Core 3. I was even happier to see that people generally seem to like it. That, of course, … Continue reading

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Release time: I released a new version of the the GStreamer FFmpeg plugin today. Try it today! Disc content detection: Wrote some code (similar to the code in gnome-volume-control, in hindsight) to detect the type of disc that the user … Continue reading

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GStreamer: Talking about a heavy day… All of us worked hard on a release of GStreamer Plugins, when Wim suddenly found a stupid streaming media bug in the typefind element of our just-released source. So we decided to go for … Continue reading

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Totem/GStreamer: Finally got an annoying race in the GStreamer backend disappear. Also found a general performance issue (as in: the Xine backend suffered from it as well). In its current state, I’m actually enjoying Totem/GStreamer a lot. Note that this … Continue reading

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C#/Mono: Since I like Java so much, I thought Mono deserved a fair chance, so I decided to write my own hello world in Mono, and didn’t get too far. I was actually able to write my own Gnome.App and … Continue reading

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GStreamer & Totem: Fixed a few “hangs” (actually those aren’t hangs; they’re rather just operations that take many minutes) in the AVI demuxer and worked on the Realmedia demuxer together with Stephane. Actually succeeded in playing back a certain realmedia … Continue reading

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Java & GCJ: For the first time in a few years, I decided to pick up my Java programming, ahem, talent and do a course at the computing science faculty of my university. I’m actually a biomedical student, so those … Continue reading

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