GStreamer 1.1.1 Draws In New Features, Plug-Ins
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 5 June 2013 at 04:24 PM EDT. 3 Comments
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Version 1.1.1 of GStreamer Core and Plugins have been released, which provide new features and plug-ins for this important open-source multimedia framework.

Since GStreamer 1.0 include new plug-ins include Microsoft Smooth Streaming (mssdemux), DASH adaptive streaming (dashmdemux), Bluetooth device interaction via the bluez plug-in, JPEG2000 encoding/decoding via the openjpeg plug-in, and other yadif, srtp, sbc, fluidsynth, midiparse, mfc, ivtv, accuraterip, and audiofxbad plug-ins.

Other changes include an EGL helper library, more DMA-BUF support work, GL texture upload conversion beta for converting to OpenGL textures, video handling fixes, V4L2 improvements, and much more.

More details on GStreamer 1.1.1 can be found via the release announcement.
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