1. 06 Jul, 2016 3 commits
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    • Tim-Philipp Müller's avatar
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    • Tim-Philipp Müller's avatar
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    • Edward Hervey's avatar
      multiqueue: Add a pad property to "group" streams · f4ba43b1
      Edward Hervey authored and Edward Hervey's avatar Edward Hervey committed
      When syncing by running time, multiqueue will throttle unlinked streams
      based on a global "high-time" and the pending "next_time" of a stream.
      
      The idea is that we don't want unlinked streams to be "behind" the global
      running time of linked streams, so that if/when they get linked (like when
      switching tracks) decoding/playback can resume from the same position as
      the other streams.
      
      The problem is that it assumes elements downstream will have a more or less
      equal buffering/latency ... which isn't the case for streams of different
      type. Video decoders tend to have higher latency (and therefore consume more
      from upstream to output a given decoded frame) compared to audio ones, resulting
      in the computed "high_time" being at the position of the video stream,
      much further than the audio streams.
      
      This means the unlinked audio streams end up being quite a bit after the linked
      audio streams, resulting in gaps when switching streams.
      
      In order to mitigate this issue, this patch adds a new "group-id" pad property
      which allows users to "group" streams together. Calculating the high-time will
      now be done not only globally, but also per group. This ensures that within
      a given group unlinked streams will be throttled by that group's high-time
      instead.
      
      This fixes gaps when switching downstream elements (like switching audio tracks).
      f4ba43b1
    • Edward Hervey's avatar
      gst: New Stream listing/selection system · 63f6f05d
      Edward Hervey authored and Edward Hervey's avatar Edward Hervey committed
      * GstStream
      * GstStreamCollection
      * GST_EVENT_SELECT_STREAMS
      * GST_MESSAGE_STREAM_COLLECTION
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    • Sebastian Dröge's avatar
      basesink: Update start time when losing state only if we were in PLAYING · b9a4a2a9
      Sebastian Dröge authored
      If we were in PAUSED, the current clock time and base time don't have much to
      do with the running time anymore as the clock might have advanced while we
      were PAUSED. The system clock does that for example, audio clocks often don't.
      
      Updating the start time in PAUSED will cause a) the wrong position to be
      reported, b) step events to step not just the requested amount but the amount
      of time we spent in PAUSED. The start time should only ever be updated when
      going from PLAYING to PAUSED to remember the current running time (to be able
      to compensate later when going to PLAYING for the clock time advancing while
      PAUSED), not when we are already in PAUSED.
      
      Based on a patch by Kishore Arepalli <kishore.arepalli@gmail.com>
      
      The updating of the start time when the state is lost was added in commit
      ba943a82 to fix the position reporting when
      the state is lost. This still works correctly after this change.
      
      https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=739289
      b9a4a2a9
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