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=== release 1.4.5 ===
2014-12-18 Sebastian Dröge <slomo@coaxion.net>
* configure.ac:
releasing 1.4.5
2014-11-16 16:11:53 -0500 Nicolas Dufresne <nicolas.dufresne@collabora.co.uk>
* ext/libav/gstavviddec.c:
videodec: Ensure update_pool is initialized
This was probably not causing any issues, but we would randomly
and needlessly update the pool in the query due to uninitialized
variable.
=== release 1.4.4 ===
2014-11-06 13:17:48 +0100 Sebastian Dröge <sebastian@centricular.com>
* ChangeLog:
* NEWS:
* RELEASE:
* configure.ac:
* docs/plugins/inspect/plugin-libav.xml:
* gst-libav.doap:
Release 1.4.4
=== release 1.4.3 ===
2014-09-24 12:50:34 +0300 Sebastian Dröge <sebastian@centricular.com>
* ChangeLog:
* NEWS:
* RELEASE:
* configure.ac:
* docs/plugins/inspect/plugin-libav.xml:
* gst-libav.doap:
Release 1.4.3
2014-09-22 14:00:07 -0700 Aleix Conchillo Flaqué <aconchillo@gmail.com>
* ext/libav/gstavauddec.c:
avauddec: drain samples until libav doesn't have more data
We use have_data (that comes from libav), instead of only trying 10
times, to know if there are more samples available. The old code was
machine dependent as different amount of samples could be decoded by
different type of (more powerful) machines, and 10 times was not always
sufficient.
https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=737144
=== release 1.4.2 ===
2014-09-19 15:13:20 +0300 Sebastian Dröge <sebastian@centricular.com>
* ChangeLog:
* NEWS:
* RELEASE:
* configure.ac:
* docs/plugins/inspect/plugin-libav.xml:
* gst-libav.doap:
Release 1.4.2
2014-09-11 19:37:33 -0400 IBM Thinklab <oblong@wall-center.(none)>
* ext/libav/gstavviddec.c:
avviddec: drain frames until libav doesn't have more data
We use have_data (that comes from libav), instead of only trying 10 times,
to know if there are more frames available. The old code was machine
dependant as different amount of frames could be decoded by different
type of (more powerful) machines, and 10 times was not always sufficient.
https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=736515
2014-08-08 20:04:20 +1000 Jan Schmidt <jan@centricular.com>
* ext/libav/gstavviddec.c:
avviddec: After draining frames, flush the libav decoder
Makes sure that there's really nothing stale left in the decoder
after draining.
https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=734661
2014-09-12 16:27:50 +0300 Sebastian Dröge <sebastian@centricular.com>
* gst-libs/ext/libav:
libav: Update to v10.5
=== release 1.4.1 ===
2014-08-27 15:05:00 +0300 Sebastian Dröge <sebastian@centricular.com>
* ChangeLog:
* NEWS:
* RELEASE:
* configure.ac:
* docs/plugins/inspect/plugin-libav.xml:
* gst-libav.doap:
Release 1.4.1
2014-08-27 12:38:35 +0300 Sebastian Dröge <sebastian@centricular.com>
* gst-libs/ext/libav:
libav: Update to v10.4
2014-08-11 14:16:55 +0200 Aleix Conchillo Flaqué <aleix@oblong.com>
* ext/libav/gstavviddec.c:
avviddec: Don't lose frames on EOS
have_data is not propagated from gst_ffmpegviddec_video_frame to
gst_ffmpegviddec_frame. have_data is only set to 1 in
gst_ffmpegviddec_frame if a frame pointer is passed. However, this is
not true while draining, which means that have_data from libav will be
ignored.
https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=734608
2014-08-04 15:06:50 +0200 Sebastian Dröge <sebastian@centricular.com>
* gst-libs/ext/libav:
libav: Update to v10.3
=== release 1.4.0 ===
2014-07-19 Sebastian Dröge <slomo@coaxion.net>
2014-07-19 17:49:04 +0200 Sebastian Dröge <sebastian@centricular.com>
* ChangeLog:
* NEWS:
* RELEASE:
* configure.ac:
releasing 1.4.0
* docs/plugins/inspect/plugin-libav.xml:
* gst-libav.doap:
Release 1.4.0
=== release 1.3.91 ===
......
This is GStreamer Libav Plugins 1.4.0
This is GStreamer Libav Plugins 1.4.5
Changes since 1.2:
New API:
• GstMessageType has GST_MESSAGE_EXTENDED added. All types before
that can be used together as a flags type as before, but from
that message onwards the types are just counted incrementally.
This was necessary to be able to add more message types.
In 2.0 GstMessageType will just become an enum and not a flags
type anymore.
• GstDeviceMonitor for device probing, e.g. to list all available
audio or video capture devices. This is the replacement for
GstPropertyProbe from 0.10.
• Events accumulate the running-time offset now when travelling
through pads, as set by the gst_pad_set_offset() function. This
allows to compensate for this in the QOS event for example.
• GstBuffer has a new flag "tag-memory" that is set automatically
when memory is added or removed to a buffer. This allows buffer
pools to detect if they can recycle a buffer or need to reset
it first.
• GstToc has new API to mark GstTocEntries as loops.
• A not-authorized resource error has been defined to notify
applications that accessing the resource has failed because
of missing authorization and to distinguish this case from others.
This change is actually already in 1.2.4.
• GstPad has a new flag "accept-intersect", that will let the default
ACCEPT_CAPS query handler do an intersection instead of subset check.
This is interesting for parser elements that can handle incomplete
caps.
• GstCollectPads has support for flushing and a default handler for
SEEK events now.
• New GstFlowAggregator helper object that simplifies handling of
flow returns in elements with multiple source pads. Additionally
GstPad now always stores the last flow return and provides an
API to retrieve it.
• GstSegment has new API to offset the running time by a specific
value and this is used in GstPad to allow positive and negative
offsets in gst_pad_set_offset() in all situations.
• Support for h265/HEVC and VP8 has been added to the codec utils and codec
parsers library, and was integrated into various elements.
• API for adjusting the TLS validation of RTSP connection has been added.
• The RTSP and SDP library has MIKEY (RFC 3830) support now, and
there is API to distinguish between the different RTSP profiles.
• API to access RTP time information and statistics.
• Support for auxiliary streams was added to rtpbin.
• Support for tiled, raw video formats has been added.
• GstVideoDecoder and GstAudioDecoder have API to help aggregating tag
events and merge custom tags into them consistently.
• GstBufferPool has support for flushing now.
• playbin/playsink has support for application provided audio and video
filters.
• GstDiscoverer has new and simplified API to get details about missing
plugins and information to pass to the plugin installer.
• The GL library was merged from gst-plugins-gl to gst-plugins-bad,
providing a generic infrastructure for handling GL inside GStreamer
pipelines and a plugin with some elements using these, especially
a video sink. Supported platforms currently are Android, Cocoa (OS X),
DispManX (Raspberry Pi), EAGL (iOS), WGL (Windows) and generic X11,
Wayland and EGL platforms.
This replaces eglglessink and also is supposed to replace osxvideosink.
• New GstAggregator base class in gst-plugins-bad. This is supposed to
replace GstCollectPads in the future and fix long-known shortcomings
in its API. Together with the base class some elements are provided
already, like a videomixer (compositor).
Major changes:
• New plugins and elements:
∘ v4l2videodec element for accessing hardware codecs on
platforms that make them accessible via V4L2, e.g.
Samsung Exynos. This comes together with major refactoring
of the existing V4L2 elements and the corresponding
infrastructure.
The v4l2videodec element replaces the mfcdec element.
∘ New downloadbuffer element that replaces the download
buffering feature of queue2. Compared to queue2's code
it is much simpler and only for this single use case.
A noteworthy new feature is that it's downloading gaps
in the already downloaded stream parts when nothing else
is to be downloaded.
This is now used by playbin when download buffering is
enabled.
∘ rtpstreampay and rtpstreamdepay elements for transmitting
RTP packets over a stream API (e.g. TCP) according to
RFC 4571.
∘ rtprtx elements for standard compliant implementation of
retransmissions, integrated into the rtpmanager plugin.
∘ audiomixer element that mixes multiple audio streams together
into a single one while keeping synchronization. This is
planned to become the replacement of the adder element.
∘ OpenNI2 plugin for 3D cameras like the Kinect camera.
∘ OpenEXR plugin for decoding high-dynamic-range EXR images.
∘ curlsshsink and curlsftpsink to write files via SSH/SFTP.
∘ videosignal, ivfparse and sndfile plugins ported from 0.10.
∘ avfvideosrc, vtdec and other elements were ported from 0.10 and
are available on OS X and iOS now.
• Other changes:
∘ gst-libav now uses libav 10.2, and gained support for H265/HEVC.
∘ Support for hardware codecs and special memory types has been
improved with bugfixes and feature additions in various plugins
and base classes.
∘ Various bugfixes and improvements to buffering in queue2 and
multiqueue elements.
∘ dvbsrc supports more delivery mechanisms and other features
now, including DVB S2 and T2 support.
∘ The MPEGTS library has support for many more descriptors.
∘ Major improvements to tsdemux and tsparse, especially time and
seeking related.
∘ souphttpsrc now has support for keep-alive connections,
compression, configurable number of retries and configuration
for SSL certificate validation.
∘ hlsdemux has undergone major refactoring and works more
reliable now and supports more HLS features like trick modes.
Also fragments are pushed downstream while they're downloaded
now instead of waiting for each fragment to finish.
∘ dashdemux and mssdemux are now also pushing fragments downstream
while they're downloaded instead of waiting for each fragment to
finish.
∘ videoflip can automatically flip based on the orientation tag.
∘ openjpeg supports the OpenJPEG2 API.
∘ waylandsink was refactored and should be more useful now. It also
includes a small library which most likely is going to be removed
in the future and will result in extensions to the GstVideoOverlay
interface.
∘ gst-rtsp-server supports SRTP and MIKEY now.
∘ gst-libav encoders are now negotiating any profile/level settings
with downstream via caps.
∘ Lots of fixes for coverity warnings all over the place.
∘ Negotiation related performance improvements.
∘ 800+ fixed bug reports, and many other bug fixes and other
improvements everywhere that had no bug report.
Things to look out for:
• The eglglessink element was removed and replaced by the glimagesink
element.
• The mfcdec element was removed and replaced by v4l2videodec.
• osxvideosink is only available in OS X 10.6 or newer.
• On Android the namespace of the automatically generated Java class
for initialization of GStreamer has changed from com.gstreamer to
org.freedesktop.gstreamer to prevent namespace pollution.
• On iOS you have to update your gst_ios_init.h and gst_ios_init.m in
your projects from the one included in the binaries if you used the
GnuTLS GIO module before. The loading mechanism has slightly changed.
Release notes for GStreamer libav Plugins 1.4.0
Release notes for GStreamer libav Plugins 1.4.5
The GStreamer team is pleased to announce a bugfix release of the stable
1.4 release series. The 1.4 release series is adding new features on top
of the 1.2 series and is part of the API and ABI-stable 1.x release
series of the GStreamer multimedia framework that contains new features.
The 1.4.x bugfix releases only contain important bugfixes compared to 1.4.0.
The GStreamer team is pleased to announce the first release of
the stable 1.4 release series. The 1.4 release series is adding new
features on top of the 1.0 and 1.2 series and is part of the API and
ABI-stable 1.x release series of the GStreamer multimedia framework.
Binaries for Android, iOS, Mac OS X and Windows are provided by the
GStreamer project for this release.
Binaries for Android, iOS, Mac OS X and Windows are provided together
with this release.
The 1.x series is a stable series targeted at end users. It is not API
or ABI compatible with the 0.10.x series. It can, however, be installed
in parallel with the 0.10.x series and will not affect an existing
0.10.x installation.
The stable 1.4 release series is API and ABI compatible with 1.0.x,
1.2.x and any other 1.x release series in the future. Compared to 1.2.x
it contains some new features and more intrusive changes that were
considered too risky as a bugfix.
The stable 1.4.x release series is API and ABI compatible with 1.0.x and
any other 1.x release series in the future. Compared to 1.0.x it contains
some new features and more intrusive changes that were considered too
risky as a bugfix.
......@@ -44,9 +48,6 @@ contains a set of less supported plugins that haven't passed the
There were no bugs fixed in this release
==== Download ====
You can find source releases of gst-libav in the download
......@@ -82,5 +83,5 @@ subscribe to the gstreamer-devel list.
Contributors to this release
* Sebastian Dröge
* Nicolas Dufresne
 
\ No newline at end of file
......@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@ AC_PREREQ(2.62)
dnl initialize autoconf
dnl when going to/from release please set the nano (fourth number) right !
dnl releases only do Wall, cvs and prerelease does Werror too
AC_INIT(GStreamer libav, 1.4.0,
AC_INIT(GStreamer libav, 1.4.5,
http://bugzilla.gnome.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=GStreamer,
gst-libav)
......@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@ GST_API_VERSION=1.0
AC_SUBST(GST_API_VERSION)
AG_GST_LIBTOOL_PREPARE
AS_LIBTOOL(GST, 400, 0, 400)
AS_LIBTOOL(GST, 405, 0, 405)
dnl *** required versions of GStreamer stuff ***
GST_REQ=1.4.0
......
......@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
<description>All libav codecs and formats (local snapshot)</description>
<filename>../../ext/libav/.libs/libgstlibav.so</filename>
<basename>libgstlibav.so</basename>
<version>1.4.0</version>
<version>1.4.5</version>
<license>GPL</license>
<source>gst-libav</source>
<package>libav</package>
......
......@@ -460,11 +460,10 @@ gst_avpacket_init (AVPacket * packet, guint8 * data, guint size)
static gint
gst_ffmpegauddec_audio_frame (GstFFMpegAudDec * ffmpegdec,
AVCodec * in_plugin, guint8 * data, guint size,
AVCodec * in_plugin, guint8 * data, guint size, gint * have_data,
GstBuffer ** outbuf, GstFlowReturn * ret)
{
gint len = -1;
gint have_data = 0;
AVPacket packet;
AVFrame frame;
......@@ -473,12 +472,12 @@ gst_ffmpegauddec_audio_frame (GstFFMpegAudDec * ffmpegdec,
gst_avpacket_init (&packet, data, size);
memset (&frame, 0, sizeof (frame));
avcodec_get_frame_defaults (&frame);
len = avcodec_decode_audio4 (ffmpegdec->context, &frame, &have_data, &packet);
len = avcodec_decode_audio4 (ffmpegdec->context, &frame, have_data, &packet);
GST_DEBUG_OBJECT (ffmpegdec,
"Decode audio: len=%d, have_data=%d", len, have_data);
"Decode audio: len=%d, have_data=%d", len, *have_data);
if (len >= 0 && have_data) {
if (len >= 0 && *have_data) {
BufferInfo *buffer_info = frame.opaque;
gint nsamples, channels, byte_per_sample;
gsize output_size;
......@@ -591,6 +590,7 @@ gst_ffmpegauddec_audio_frame (GstFFMpegAudDec * ffmpegdec,
}
beach:
av_frame_unref (&frame);
GST_DEBUG_OBJECT (ffmpegdec, "return flow %d, out %p, len %d",
*ret, *outbuf, len);
return len;
......@@ -612,11 +612,11 @@ beach:
static gint
gst_ffmpegauddec_frame (GstFFMpegAudDec * ffmpegdec,
guint8 * data, guint size, gint * got_data, GstFlowReturn * ret)
guint8 * data, guint size, gint * have_data, GstFlowReturn * ret)
{
GstFFMpegAudDecClass *oclass;
GstBuffer *outbuf = NULL;
gint have_data = 0, len = 0;
gint len = 0;
if (G_UNLIKELY (ffmpegdec->context->codec == NULL))
goto no_codec;
......@@ -630,23 +630,13 @@ gst_ffmpegauddec_frame (GstFFMpegAudDec * ffmpegdec,
len =
gst_ffmpegauddec_audio_frame (ffmpegdec, oclass->in_plugin, data, size,
&outbuf, ret);
have_data, &outbuf, ret);
if (outbuf)
have_data = 1;
if (len < 0 || have_data < 0) {
if (len < 0) {
GST_WARNING_OBJECT (ffmpegdec,
"avdec_%s: decoding error (len: %d, have_data: %d)",
oclass->in_plugin->name, len, have_data);
*got_data = 0;
goto beach;
} else if (len == 0 && have_data == 0) {
*got_data = 0;
oclass->in_plugin->name, len, *have_data);
goto beach;
} else {
/* this is where I lost my last clue on ffmpeg... */
*got_data = 1;
}
if (outbuf) {
......@@ -679,7 +669,7 @@ gst_ffmpegauddec_drain (GstFFMpegAudDec * ffmpegdec)
oclass = (GstFFMpegAudDecClass *) (G_OBJECT_GET_CLASS (ffmpegdec));
if (oclass->in_plugin->capabilities & CODEC_CAP_DELAY) {
gint have_data, len, try = 0;
gint have_data, len;
GST_LOG_OBJECT (ffmpegdec,
"codec has delay capabilities, calling until libav has drained everything");
......@@ -688,9 +678,9 @@ gst_ffmpegauddec_drain (GstFFMpegAudDec * ffmpegdec)
GstFlowReturn ret;
len = gst_ffmpegauddec_frame (ffmpegdec, NULL, 0, &have_data, &ret);
if (len < 0 || have_data == 0)
break;
} while (try++ < 10);
} while (len >= 0 && have_data == 1);
avcodec_flush_buffers (ffmpegdec->context);
}
if (ffmpegdec->outbuf)
......@@ -769,7 +759,7 @@ gst_ffmpegauddec_handle_frame (GstAudioDecoder * decoder, GstBuffer * inbuf)
break;
}
if (len == 0 && !have_data) {
if (len == 0 && have_data == 0) {
/* nothing was decoded, this could be because no data was available or
* because we were skipping frames.
* If we have no context we must exit and wait for more data, we keep the
......
......@@ -1083,7 +1083,7 @@ gst_ffmpegviddec_do_qos (GstFFMpegVidDec * ffmpegdec,
frame);
/* if we don't have timing info, then we don't do QoS */
if (G_UNLIKELY(diff == G_MAXINT64))
if (G_UNLIKELY (diff == G_MAXINT64))
return;
GST_DEBUG_OBJECT (ffmpegdec, "decoding time %" G_GINT64_FORMAT, diff);
......@@ -1114,6 +1114,9 @@ get_output_buffer (GstFFMpegVidDec * ffmpegdec, GstVideoCodecFrame * frame)
GST_LOG_OBJECT (ffmpegdec, "get output buffer");
if (!ffmpegdec->output_state)
goto not_negotiated;
ret =
gst_video_decoder_allocate_output_frame (GST_VIDEO_DECODER (ffmpegdec),
frame);
......@@ -1154,9 +1157,14 @@ get_output_buffer (GstFFMpegVidDec * ffmpegdec, GstVideoCodecFrame * frame)
/* special cases */
alloc_failed:
{
GST_DEBUG_OBJECT (ffmpegdec, "pad_alloc failed");
GST_DEBUG_OBJECT (ffmpegdec, "allocation failed");
return ret;
}
not_negotiated:
{
GST_DEBUG_OBJECT (ffmpegdec, "not negotiated");
return GST_FLOW_NOT_NEGOTIATED;
}
}
static void
......@@ -1181,10 +1189,10 @@ gst_avpacket_init (AVPacket * packet, guint8 * data, guint size)
*/
static gint
gst_ffmpegviddec_video_frame (GstFFMpegVidDec * ffmpegdec,
guint8 * data, guint size, GstVideoCodecFrame * frame, GstFlowReturn * ret)
guint8 * data, guint size, gint * have_data, GstVideoCodecFrame * frame,
GstFlowReturn * ret)
{
gint len = -1;
gint have_data;
gboolean mode_switch;
GstVideoCodecFrame *out_frame;
GstFFMpegVidDecVideoFrame *out_dframe;
......@@ -1238,11 +1246,18 @@ gst_ffmpegviddec_video_frame (GstFFMpegVidDec * ffmpegdec,
GST_DEBUG_OBJECT (ffmpegdec, "copy pal %p %p", &packet, pal);
}
/* This might call into get_buffer() from another thread,
* which would cause a deadlock. Release the lock here
* and taking it again later seems safe
* See https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=726020
*/
GST_VIDEO_DECODER_STREAM_UNLOCK (ffmpegdec);
len = avcodec_decode_video2 (ffmpegdec->context,
ffmpegdec->picture, &have_data, &packet);
ffmpegdec->picture, have_data, &packet);
GST_VIDEO_DECODER_STREAM_LOCK (ffmpegdec);
GST_DEBUG_OBJECT (ffmpegdec, "after decode: len %d, have_data %d",
len, have_data);
len, *have_data);
/* when we are in skip_frame mode, don't complain when ffmpeg returned
* no data because we told it to skip stuff. */
......@@ -1250,7 +1265,7 @@ gst_ffmpegviddec_video_frame (GstFFMpegVidDec * ffmpegdec,
len = 0;
/* no data, we're done */
if (len < 0 || have_data <= 0)
if (len < 0 || *have_data == 0)
goto beach;
/* get the output picture timing info again */
......@@ -1390,11 +1405,11 @@ negotiation_error:
static gint
gst_ffmpegviddec_frame (GstFFMpegVidDec * ffmpegdec,
guint8 * data, guint size, gint * got_data, GstVideoCodecFrame * frame,
guint8 * data, guint size, gint * have_data, GstVideoCodecFrame * frame,
GstFlowReturn * ret)
{
GstFFMpegVidDecClass *oclass;
gint have_data = 0, len = 0;
gint len = 0;
if (G_UNLIKELY (ffmpegdec->context->codec == NULL))
goto no_codec;
......@@ -1406,27 +1421,16 @@ gst_ffmpegviddec_frame (GstFFMpegVidDec * ffmpegdec,
oclass = (GstFFMpegVidDecClass *) (G_OBJECT_GET_CLASS (ffmpegdec));
len = gst_ffmpegviddec_video_frame (ffmpegdec, data, size, frame, ret);
len =
gst_ffmpegviddec_video_frame (ffmpegdec, data, size, have_data, frame,
ret);
if (frame && frame->output_buffer)
have_data = 1;
if (len < 0 || have_data < 0) {
if (len < 0) {
GST_WARNING_OBJECT (ffmpegdec,
"avdec_%s: decoding error (len: %d, have_data: %d)",
oclass->in_plugin->name, len, have_data);
*got_data = 0;
goto beach;
oclass->in_plugin->name, len, *have_data);
}
if (len == 0 && have_data == 0) {
*got_data = 0;
goto beach;
}
/* this is where I lost my last clue on ffmpeg... */
*got_data = 1;
beach:
return len;
/* ERRORS */
......@@ -1449,7 +1453,7 @@ gst_ffmpegviddec_drain (GstFFMpegVidDec * ffmpegdec)
oclass = (GstFFMpegVidDecClass *) (G_OBJECT_GET_CLASS (ffmpegdec));
if (oclass->in_plugin->capabilities & CODEC_CAP_DELAY) {
gint have_data, len, try = 0;
gint have_data, len;
GST_LOG_OBJECT (ffmpegdec,
"codec has delay capabilities, calling until ffmpeg has drained everything");
......@@ -1458,9 +1462,9 @@ gst_ffmpegviddec_drain (GstFFMpegVidDec * ffmpegdec)
GstFlowReturn ret;
len = gst_ffmpegviddec_frame (ffmpegdec, NULL, 0, &have_data, NULL, &ret);
if (len < 0 || have_data == 0)
break;
} while (try++ < 10);
} while (len >= 0 && have_data == 1);
avcodec_flush_buffers (ffmpegdec->context);
}
}
......@@ -1482,7 +1486,8 @@ gst_ffmpegviddec_handle_frame (GstVideoDecoder * decoder,
GST_TIME_ARGS (frame->pts), GST_TIME_ARGS (frame->duration));
if (!gst_buffer_map (frame->input_buffer, &minfo, GST_MAP_READ)) {
GST_ERROR_OBJECT (ffmpegdec, "Failed to map buffer");
GST_ELEMENT_ERROR (ffmpegdec, STREAM, DECODE, ("Decoding problem"),
("Failed to map buffer for reading"));
return GST_FLOW_ERROR;
}
......@@ -1544,7 +1549,7 @@ gst_ffmpegviddec_handle_frame (GstVideoDecoder * decoder,
break;
}
if (len == 0 && !have_data) {
if (len == 0 && have_data == 0) {
/* nothing was decoded, this could be because no data was available or
* because we were skipping frames.
* If we have no context we must exit and wait for more data, we keep the
......@@ -1661,7 +1666,7 @@ gst_ffmpegviddec_decide_allocation (GstVideoDecoder * decoder, GstQuery * query)
GstBufferPool *pool;
guint size, min, max;
GstStructure *config;
gboolean have_videometa, have_alignment, update_pool;
gboolean have_videometa, have_alignment, update_pool = FALSE;
GstAllocator *allocator = NULL;
GstAllocationParams params = { 0, 15, 0, 0, };
......
......@@ -32,6 +32,56 @@ colorspace conversion elements.
</GitRepository>
</repository>
<release>
<Version>
<revision>1.4.5</revision>
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