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=== release 1.18.4 ===
2021-03-15 17:50:25 +0000 Tim-Philipp Müller <tim@centricular.com>
* ChangeLog:
* NEWS:
* RELEASE:
* gst-omx.doap:
* meson.build:
Release 1.18.4
2021-01-14 02:17:58 +0000 Tim-Philipp Müller <tim@centricular.com>
* meson.build:
Back to development
=== release 1.18.3 ===
2021-01-13 21:13:36 +0000 Tim-Philipp Müller <tim@centricular.com>
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GStreamer 1.18.0 was originally released on 8 September 2020.
The latest bug-fix release in the 1.18 series is 1.18.3 and was released
on 13 January 2021.
The latest bug-fix release in the 1.18 series is 1.18.4 and was released
on 15 March 2021.
See https://gstreamer.freedesktop.org/releases/1.18/ for the latest
version of this document.
Last updated: Wednesday 13 January 2021, 20:00 UTC (log)
Last updated: Monday 15 March 2021, 13:00 UTC (log)
Introduction
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- List of Merge Requests applied in 1.18.3
- List of Issues fixed in 1.18.3
1.18.4
The fourth 1.18 bug-fix release (1.18.4) was released on 15 March 2021.
This release only contains bugfixes and security fixes and it should be
safe to update from 1.18.x.
Highlighted bugfixes in 1.18.4
- important security fixes for ID3 tag reading, matroska and realmedia
parsing, and gst-libav audio decoding
- audiomixer, audioaggregator: input buffer handling fixes
- decodebin3: improve stream-selection message handling
- uridecodebin3: make “caps” property work
- wavenc: fix writing of INFO chunks in some cases
- v4l2: bt601 colorimetry, allow encoder resolution changes, fix
decoder frame rate negotiation
- decklinkvideosink: fix auto format detection, and fixes for 29.97fps
framerate output
- mpeg-2 video handling fixes when seeking
- avviddec: fix bufferpool negotiation and possible memory corruption
when changing resolution
- various stability, performance and reliability improvements
- memory leak fixes
- build fixes: rpicamsrc, qt overlay example, d3d11videosink on UWP
gstreamer
- info: Don’t leak log function user_data if the debug system is
compiled out
- task: Use SetThreadDescription() Win32 API for setting thread names,
which preserves thread names in dump files.
- buffer, memory: Mark info in map functions as caller-allocates and
pass allocation params as const pointers where possible
- clock: define AUTO_CLEANUP_FREE_FUNC for GstClockID
gst-plugins-base
- tag: id3v2: fix frame size check and potential invalid reads
- audio: Fix gst_audio_buffer_truncate() meta handling for
non-interleaved audio
- audioresample: respect buffer layout when draining
- audioaggregator: fix input_buffer ownership
- decodebin3: change stream selection message owner, so that the app
sends the stream-selection event to the right element
- rtspconnection: correct data_size when tunneled mode
- uridecodebin3: make caps property work
- video-converter: Don’t upsample invalid lines
- videodecoder: Fix racy critical when pool negotiation occurs during
flush
- video: Convert gst_video_info_to_caps() to take self as const ptr
- examples: added qt core dependency for qt overlay example
gst-plugins-good
- matroskademux: header parsing fixes
- rpicamsrc: depend on posix threads and vchiq_arm to fix build on
raspios again
- wavenc: Fixed INFO chunk corruption, caused by odd sized data not
being padded
- wavpackdec: Add floating point format support to fix distortions in
some cases
- v4l2: recognize V4L2 bt601 colorimetry again
- v4l2videoenc: support resolution change stream encode
- v4l2h265codec: fix HEVC profile string issue
- v4l2object: Need keep same transfer as input caps
- v4l2videodec: Fix vp8 and vp9 streams can’t play on board with
vendor bsp
- v4l2videodec: fix src side frame rate negotiation
gst-plugins-bad
- avwait: Don’t post messages with the mutex locked
- d3d11h264dec: Reconfigure decoder object on DPB size change and keep
track of actually configured DPB size
- dashsink: fix double unref of sinkpad caps
- decklinkvideosink: Use correct numerator for 29.97fps
- decklinkvideosink: fix auto format detection
- decklinksrc: Use a more accurate capture time
- d3d11videosink: Fix build error on UWP
- interlace: negotiation and buffer leak fixes
- mpegvideoparse: do not clip, so decoder receives data from keyframe
even if it’s before the segment start
- mpegtsparse: Fix switched DTS/PTS when set-timestamps=false
- nvh264sldec: Reopen decoder object if larger DPB size is required
- sdpsrc: fix double free if sdp is provided as string via the
property
- vulkan: Fix elements long name.
gst-plugins-ugly
- rmdemux: Make sure we have enough data available when parsing
audio/video packets
gst-libav
- avviddec: take the maximum of the height/coded_height
- viddec: don’t configure an incorrect buffer pool when receiving a
gap event
- audiodec: fix stack overflow in gst_ffmpeg_channel_layout_to_gst()
gst-rtsp-server
- rtspclientsink: fix deadlock on shutdown if no data has been
received yet
- rtspclientsink: fix leaks in unit tests
- rtsp-stream: avoid deadlock in send_func
- rtsp-client: cleanup transports during TEARDOWN
gstreamer-vaapi
- h264 encoder: append encoder exposure to aud
- postproc: Fix a problem of propose_allocation when passthrough
- glx: Iterate over FBConfig and select 8 bit color size
gstreamer-sharp
- no changes
gst-omx
- no changes
gst-python
- no changes
gst-editing-services
- group: Use proper group constructor
gst-integration-testsuites
- no changes
gst-build
- no changes
Cerbero build tool and packaging changes in 1.18.4
- macOS: more BigSur fixes
- glib: Backport patch to set thread names on Windows 10
Contributors to 1.18.4
Alicia Boya García, Ashley Brighthope, Bing Song, Branko Subasic, Edward
Hervey, Guillaume Desmottes, Haihua Hu, He Junyan, Hou Qi, Jan Alexander
Steffens (heftig), Jeongki Kim, Jordan Petridis, Knobe, Kristofer
Björkström, Marijn Suijten, Matthew Waters, Paul Goulpié, Philipp Zabel,
Rafał Dzięgiel, Sebastian Dröge, Seungha Yang, Staz M, Stéphane Cerveau,
Thibault Saunier, Tim-Philipp Müller, Víctor Manuel Jáquez Leal, Vivia
Nikolaidou, Vladimir Menshakov,
… and many others who have contributed bug reports, translations, sent
suggestions or helped testing. Thank you all!
List of merge requests and issues fixed in 1.18.4
- List of Merge Requests applied in 1.18.4
- List of Issues fixed in 1.18.4
Schedule for 1.20
Our next major feature release will be 1.20, and 1.19 will be the
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development of 1.19/1.20 will happen in the git master branch.
The plan for the 1.20 development cycle is yet to be confirmed, but it
is now expected that feature freeze will take place some time in
January/February 2021, with the first 1.20 stable release hopefully
around February/March 2021.
is now expected that feature freeze will take place some time in April
2021, with the first 1.20 stable release hopefully around April/May
2021.
1.20 will be backwards-compatible to the stable 1.18, 1.16, 1.14, 1.12,
1.10, 1.8, 1.6, 1.4, 1.2 and 1.0 release series.
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This is GStreamer gst-omx 1.18.3.
This is GStreamer gst-omx 1.18.4.
The GStreamer team is thrilled to announce a new major feature release
of your favourite cross-platform multimedia framework!
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</Version>
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