1. 11 May, 2009 11 commits
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  7. 05 May, 2009 6 commits
    • Marco Ballesio's avatar
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    • arnout's avatar
      multipartdemux: avoid reading from inavlid memory · 439ca2c7
      arnout authored
      Read the timestamp of the incomming buffer before we push it in the adapter and
      flush it out again as the buffer might be unreffed then and we read from invalid
      memory.
      Fixes #581444.
      439ca2c7
    • arnout's avatar
      multipartdemux: don't leak dynamic pads · 3f2144c5
      arnout authored
      Free the dynamic pads data in finalize.
      Fixes #581432
      3f2144c5
    • Wim Taymans's avatar
      rtpjpegpay: correctly set the type header · 0f1033c5
      Wim Taymans authored
      Don't require width/height on the caps. Use the SOF header to find width/height
      and fall back to the caps if there is no SOF. Also use the SOF info to find the
      subsampling and quantization tables used. This allows us to set the right type
      value in the JPEG rtp header.
      
      Deprecate the quality property, it's unused now and it was used wrongly before.
      
      Always send full quant tables for now until we have some code to detect default
      ones.
      
      Fixes #580880
      0f1033c5
    • Wim Taymans's avatar
      rtpjpegdepay: use width/height from payload · 7c59f39b
      Wim Taymans authored
      Use the width and the height from the payload headers and set them on the
      output caps for added awesomeness.
      
      Fix quant parsing, we need to check the type in the lower 6 bits.
      
      Add first bits of caching quantization tables.
      7c59f39b
    • Wim Taymans's avatar
      jpegenc: set colorspace before _set_defaults() · 46061880
      Wim Taymans authored
      The libjpeg api says that we need to set the colorspace before we call
      _set_defaults(). Indeed, if we don't do that we end up with some very freaky
      non-standard quant table and huffman table indexes.
      46061880