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Use GstDiscoverer for scanning? #198

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adamcik opened this Issue Sep 15, 2012 · 7 comments

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adamcik commented Sep 15, 2012

from gst.extend import discoverer could be used to have nicer API for scanning files.

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adamcik commented Sep 18, 2012

This has some limitations with respect to version of python-gstreamer that supports it.

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jodal commented Sep 18, 2012

In other words, this is a thing for post-PyGI?

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adamcik commented Sep 18, 2012

Yeah, sounds like the easiest way around this.

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adamcik commented Jan 7, 2013

Just to clarify for my own sake when I look back at this at some later time, there is an old and new version of the gst discover APIs. The old one, as shown in the link above will work on all gst/pygst versions we care about. The new API which is much more geared for our use case with respect to handling multiple files needs at least 0.10.31

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jodal commented Oct 20, 2013

Fixed in 0.16.

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