The GStreamer Good Plug-ins is a set of plug-ins considered by the GStreamer developers to have good quality code, correct functionality, and the preferred license (LGPL for the plug-in code, LGPL or LGPL-compatible for the supporting library). A wide range of video and audio decoders, encoders, and filters are included. Also see the GStreamer Ugly Plug-ins-0.10.6, GStreamer Bad Plug-ins and GStreamer FFmpeg plug-in packages.
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Download size: 1.5 MB
Estimated disk space required: up to 85 MB (depends on which dependencies are installed)
Estimated build time: up to 1.7 SBU
AAlib-1.4rc5, cairo-1.4.14, libcdio (which can use CDParanoia-III-9.8, libcddb, and VCDImager), libavc1394 (requires libraw1394), libdv-1.0.0, EsounD-0.2.37, FLAC-1.2.1, GTK+-2.10.13 (required to build the examples), HAL-0.5.9.1, libjpeg-6b, LADSPA, libcaca, libpng-1.2.29, libshout, Speex-1.0.5 (version >= 1.1.6 is preferred), WavPack, TagLib, X Window System, Check (required to run the unit regression tests), and Valgrind (optionally used during the unit regression tests)
Install GStreamer Good Plug-ins by running the following commands:
./configure --prefix=/usr \ --sysconfdir=/etc/gnome/2.18.3 && make
To test the results, issue: make
check. The “generic/states” test is known to fail on some
platforms. There are many other
Makefile targets you can specify for running the
tests, issue make -C tests/check
help to see the complete list.
Now, as the
If you did not rebuild the API documentation by passing
--enable-gtk-doc to the configure script and you wish to
install the pre-built documentation, issue the following command as
make -C docs/plugins install-data
parameter is used so that the GConf configuration files are installed in the
system-wide GNOME GConf database
/usr/etc. You may omit
this parameter if you don't have GConf installed.
Last updated on 2007-09-09 22:23:37 -0500