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|Name: gstreamer-plugins-ugly-32bit||Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed|
|Version: 1.20.3||Vendor: openSUSE|
|Release: 1.1||Build date: Fri Jun 24 09:05:52 2022|
|Group: Productivity/Multimedia/Other||Build host: obs-power9-14|
|Size: 667648||Source RPM: gstreamer-plugins-ugly-1.20.3-1.1.src.rpm|
|Summary: GStreamer Streaming-Media Framework Plug-Ins|
GStreamer is a streaming media framework based on graphs of filters that operate on media data. Applications using this library can do anything media-related, from real-time sound processing to playing videos. Its plug-in-based architecture means that new data types or processing capabilities can be added simply by installing newplug-ins. This package contains well-written plug-ins that can't be shipped in gstreamer-plugins-good because: - the license is not LGPL - the license of the library is not LGPL - there are possible licensing issues with the code.
* Wed Jun 22 2022 Aaron Stern <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Update to version 1.20.3: + x264enc: fix plugin long-name and description * Mon May 09 2022 Antonio Larrosa <email@example.com> - Update to version 1.20.2: + x264enc: Don't try to fixate ANY allowed caps * Fri Mar 18 2022 Antonio Larrosa <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Update to version 1.20.1: + x264enc: fix plugin long-name and description * Fri Feb 04 2022 Bjørn Lie <email@example.com> - Update to version 1.20.0: + Development in GitLab was switched to a single git repository containing all the modules + GstPlay: new high-level playback library, replaces GstPlayer + WebM Alpha decoding support + Encoding profiles can now be tweaked with additional application-specified element properties + Compositor: multi-threaded video conversion and mixing + RTP header extensions: unified support in RTP depayloader and payloader base classes + SMPTE 2022-1 2-D Forward Error Correction support + Smart encoding (pass through) support for VP8, VP9, H.265 in encodebin and transcodebin + Runtime compatibility support for libsoup2 and libsoup3 (libsoup3 support experimental) + Video decoder subframe support + Video decoder automatic packet-loss, data corruption, and keyframe request handling for RTP / WebRTC / RTSP + mp4 and Matroska muxers now support profile/level/resolution changes for H.264/H.265 input streams (i.e. codec data changing on the fly) + mp4 muxing mode that initially creates a fragmented mp4 which is converted to a regular mp4 on EOS + Audio support for the WebKit Port for Embedded (WPE) web page source element + CUDA based video color space convert and rescale elements and upload/download elements + NVIDIA memory:NVMM support for OpenGL glupload and gldownload elements + Many WebRTC improvements + The new VA-API plugin implementation fleshed out with more decoders and new postproc elements + AppSink API to retrieve events in addition to buffers and buffer lists + AppSrc gained more configuration options for the internal queue (leakiness, limits in buffers and time, getters to read current levels) + Updated Rust bindings and many new Rust plugins + Improved support for custom minimal GStreamer builds + Support build against FFmpeg 5.0 + Linux Stateless CODEC support gained MPEG-2 and VP9 + Windows Direct3D11/DXVA decoder gained AV1 and MPEG-2 support + Lots of new plugins, features, performance improvements and bug fixes - Stop using service, use upstream url for tarball. - Drop obsolete and unused experimental define. - Pass gpl=enabled to meson, now needed to build a52 support. * Fri Feb 04 2022 Bjørn Lie <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Update to version 1.18.6: + No changes, version bump only. - Drop service, use source url, upstream changes in git. * Fri Sep 17 2021 Bjørn Lie <email@example.com> - Stop building doc sub-package, we will in the future use upstreams own standalone doc package. Following this: Drop gtk-doc and hotdoc BuildRequires and pass doc=disabled to meson. * Wed Sep 15 2021 Bjørn Lie <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Update to version 1.18.5: + asfdemux/realmedia: Drop duplicate seek events + Don't use volatile to mean atomic (fixes compiler warnings with gcc 11) * Tue Mar 30 2021 Antonio Larrosa <email@example.com> - Update to version 1.18.4: + rmdemux: Make sure we have enough data available when parsing audio/video packets * Sat Jan 16 2021 Bjørn Lie <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Update to version 1.18.3: + No changes * Wed Dec 09 2020 Bjørn Lie <email@example.com> - Update to version 1.18.2: + No changes. - Fix the _service file and spec to really use the tarball generated by service. * Tue Oct 27 2020 Antonio Larrosa <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Update to 1.18.1: + No changes * Fri Sep 11 2020 Antonio Larrosa <email@example.com> - Update to 1.18.0: + Highlights: - GstTranscoder: new high level API for applications to transcode media files from one format to another - High Dynamic Range (HDR) video information representation and signalling enhancements - Instant playback rate change support - Active Format Description (AFD) and Bar Data support - RTSP server and client implementations gained ONVIF trick modes support - Hardware-accelerated video decoding on Windows via DXVA2/Direct3D11 - Microsoft Media Foundation plugin for video capture and hardware-accelerated video encoding on Windows - qmlgloverlay: New overlay element that renders a QtQuick scene over the top of an input video stream - imagesequencesrc: New element to easily create a video stream from a sequence of jpeg or png images - dashsink: New sink to produce DASH content - dvbsubenc: New DVB Subtitle encoder element - MPEG-TS muxing now also supports TV broadcast compliant muxing with constant bitrate muxing and SCTE-35 support - rtmp2: New RTMP client source and sink element from-scratch implementation - svthevcenc: New SVT-HEVC-based H.265 video encoder - vaapioverlay: New compositor element using VA-API - rtpmanager gained support for Google's Transport-Wide Congestion Control (twcc) RTP extension - splitmuxsink and splitmuxsrc gained support for auxiliary video streams - webrtcbin now contains some initial support for renegotiation involving stream addition and removal - RTP support was enhanced with new RTP source and sink elements to easily set up RTP streaming via rtp:// URIs - avtp: New Audio Video Transport Protocol (AVTP) plugin for Time-Sensitive Applications - Support for the Video Services Forum's Reliable Internet Stream Transport (RIST) TR-06-1 Simple Profile - Universal Windows Platform (UWP) support - rpicamsrc: New element for capturing from the Raspberry Pi camera - RTSP Server TCP interleaved backpressure handling improvements as well as support for Scale/Speed headers - GStreamer Editing Services gained support for nested timelines, per-clip speed rate control and the OpenTimelineIO format. - Autotools build system has been removed in favour of Meson - Drop patch: * gst-ugly-x264enc-fixes.patch * Fri Jan 31 2020 Bjørn Lie <firstname.lastname@example.org> - No longer recommend -lang: supplements are in use. * Mon Dec 23 2019 Bjørn Lie <email@example.com> - Add gst-ugly-x264enc-fixes.patch: x264enc: corrected em_data value. Patch from upstream git. - Drop no longer needed conditional libtool BuildRequires. * Wed Dec 04 2019 Bjørn Lie <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Update to version 1.16.2: + Update docs. * Tue Sep 24 2019 Bjørn Lie <email@example.com> - Update to version 1.16.1: + See main gstreamer package for changelog. * Tue Jun 18 2019 firstname.lastname@example.org - Update to version 1.16.0: + Highlights - GStreamer WebRTC stack gained support for data channels for peer-to-peer communication based on SCTP, BUNDLE support, as well as support for multiple TURN servers. - AV1 video codec support for Matroska and QuickTime/MP4 containers and more configuration options and supported input formats for the AOMedia AV1 encoder - Support for Closed Captions and other Ancillary Data in video - Support for planar (non-interleaved) raw audio - GstVideoAggregator, compositor and OpenGL mixer elements are now in -base - New alternate fields interlace mode where each buffer carries a single field - WebM and Matroska ContentEncryption support in the Matroska demuxer - new WebKit WPE-based web browser source element - Video4Linux: HEVC encoding and decoding, JPEG encoding, and improved dmabuf import/export - Hardware-accelerated Nvidia video decoder gained support for VP8/VP9 decoding, whilst the encoder gained support for H.265/HEVC encoding. - Many improvements to the Intel Media SDK based hardware-accelerated video decoder and encoder plugin (msdk): dmabuf import/export for zero-copy integration with other components; VP9 decoding; 10-bit HEVC encoding; video post-processing (vpp) support including deinterlacing; and the video decoder now handles dynamic resolution changes. - The ASS/SSA subtitle overlay renderer can now handle multiple subtitles that overlap in time and will show them on screen simultaneously - The Meson build is now feature-complete (*) and it is now the recommended build system on all platforms. The Autotools build is scheduled to be removed in the next cycle. - The GStreamer Rust bindings and Rust plugins module are now officially part of upstream GStreamer. - The GStreamer Editing Services gained a gesdemux element that allows directly playing back serialized edit list with playbin or (uri)decodebin - Many performance improvements - Add meson support, but disable because plugin documentation currently isn't built. * Fri May 31 2019 Bjørn Lie <email@example.com> - Update to version 1.14.5: + sid: Fix cross-compilation by using AC_TRY_LINK instead of AC_TRY_RUN. + x264: Only enable dynamic loading code for x264 before v253.
/usr/lib/gstreamer-1.0 /usr/lib/gstreamer-1.0/libgsta52dec.so /usr/lib/gstreamer-1.0/libgstcdio.so /usr/lib/gstreamer-1.0/libgstdvdlpcmdec.so /usr/lib/gstreamer-1.0/libgstdvdread.so /usr/lib/gstreamer-1.0/libgstdvdsub.so /usr/lib/gstreamer-1.0/libgstmpeg2dec.so /usr/lib/gstreamer-1.0/libgstrealmedia.so /usr/lib/gstreamer-1.0/libgstxingmux.so
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