[Matroska-devel] Re: [gst-devel] Using Portaudio for a Gstreamer audio sink ?
Zaheer Abbas Merali
zaheerabbas at merali.org
Sat Aug 7 20:13:26 CEST 2004
i) GStreamer is already compiling and running and being used on OS X
with native audio source and sink based on Mac OS X's CoreAudio
framework as well as a native video sink using cocoa's opengl wrapper.
ii) Using Portaudio in my opinion is not a good idea, you would be
better off using native windows APIs to create a windows audio sink and
source. DirectX apis for sound do not look difficult at all.
Zaheer Abbas Merali
On Tue, 2004-08-03 at 16:08 +0200, Christian HJ Wiesner wrote:
> To.: Portaudio List
> Cc.: Gstreamer-devel, matroska-devel
> Hi All,
> we finally succeeded to port Gstreamer to Windows, and natively ( not
> using mingw ), all the necessary mods are in the Gstreamer CVS already.
> Steve 'robux4' Lhomme, one of matroska's core developers, has gstreamer
> itself as well as about 60 plugins compiling with MSVC7. Not all plugins
> were tested so far, but generally its looking pretty good. Compiled
> Binaries available from here : http://mukoli.free.fr/gstreamer/
> Our next goal is now to have working output sinks for video and audio,
> so that some devs could probably look into getting gst-player to work on
> Windows. Portaudio seems to be a very nice basement to stand on, also
> because we plan to port Gstreamer to other platforms in the future, like
> Mac OSX.
> Do you guys feel Portaudio could be used for an audio output sink for
> Gstreamer ? If we start this, could we expect to get some support from
> your side maybe ?
> Thanks for a short reply
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