Le 21/04/2014 17:18, Eugen Dedu a écrit :
On 02/04/14 09:34, Julien Puydt wrote:

here is a new version of the test code. Now the user interface is a
series of buttons and two combo boxes to choose from a few devices, both
for audio and video (no proper device detection yet -- the V4L2 choice
might fail if you don't have such a device).

The next step is to add more comments, then make it possible to stop the
"call" and start a new one.

I compiled your code: everything goes well.

When executing, I noticed two things:
- video is slow: perhaps 2-4 images per second

That is extremely surprising, as I have been working on a quite slow box where I should have known about performance issues...

- the other video window is always several coloured vertical lines

Can you try the following two commands:
1. gst-launch videotestsrc ! ximagesink
2. gst-launch videotestsrc ! agingtv ! ximagesink

Could you explain what is the ekiga architecture for video?  We have
clutter thing, v4l2 plugin thing, X code thing in ekiga, now you propose
gstreamer thing... how are they related?  What precisely will gstreamer
code replace?

Gstreamer should replace mostly everything... connecting on one hand to opal for the network part and to Damien's clutter code for the video display.

At least, that's the goal.

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