Commit c5e23909 authored by Sebastian Dröge's avatar Sebastian Dröge 🍵 Committed by Tim-Philipp Müller

video: convertframe: Shut down pipeline asynchronously via the thread pool

If we use the main loop it might happen that the caller (e.g. our unit
test) already shut down the loop once the result was received and in
that case the pipeline would never ever be shut down (and our unit test
would hang).
parent 2d87fd68
......@@ -486,11 +486,10 @@ convert_frame_dispatch_callback (GstVideoConvertSampleContext * ctx)
return FALSE;
static gboolean
convert_frame_stop_pipeline (GstElement * element)
static void
convert_frame_stop_pipeline (GstElement * element, gpointer user_data)
gst_element_set_state (element, GST_STATE_NULL);
return FALSE;
static void
......@@ -522,14 +521,14 @@ convert_frame_finish (GstVideoConvertSampleContext * context,
* state to NULL and get rid of its last reference, which in turn
* will get rid of all remaining references to our context and free
* it too. We can't do this directly here as we might be called from
* a streaming thread. */
* a streaming thread.
* We don't use the main loop here because the user might shut down it
* immediately after getting the result of the conversion above.
if (context->pipeline) {
source = g_timeout_source_new (0);
g_source_set_callback (source,
(GSourceFunc) convert_frame_stop_pipeline,
context->pipeline, (GDestroyNotify) gst_object_unref);
g_source_attach (source, context->context);
g_source_unref (source);
gst_element_call_async (context->pipeline, convert_frame_stop_pipeline,
context->pipeline = NULL;
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