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1 This is GStreamer gst-plugins-good 1.20.3.
3 The GStreamer team is thrilled to announce a new major feature release
4 of your favourite cross-platform multimedia framework!
6 As always, this release is again packed with new features, bug fixes and
7 other improvements.
9 The 1.20 release series adds new features on top of the 1.18 series and is
10 part of the API and ABI-stable 1.x release series.
12 Full release notes can be found at:
16 Binaries for Android, iOS, Mac OS X and Windows will usually be provided
17 shortly after the release.
19 This module will not be very useful by itself and should be used in conjunction
20 with other GStreamer modules for a complete multimedia experience.
22 - gstreamer: provides the core GStreamer libraries and some generic plugins
24 - gst-plugins-base: a basic set of well-supported plugins and additional
25 media-specific GStreamer helper libraries for audio,
26 video, rtsp, rtp, tags, OpenGL, etc.
28 - gst-plugins-good: a set of well-supported plugins under our preferred
31 - gst-plugins-ugly: a set of well-supported plugins which might pose
32 problems for distributors
34 - gst-plugins-bad: a set of plugins of varying quality that have not made
35 their way into one of core/base/good/ugly yet, for one
36 reason or another. Many of these are are production quality
37 elements, but may still be missing documentation or unit
38 tests; others haven't passed the rigorous quality testing
39 we expect yet.
41 - gst-libav: a set of codecs plugins based on the ffmpeg library. This is
42 where you can find audio and video decoders and encoders
43 for a wide variety of formats including H.264, AAC, etc.
45 - gstreamer-vaapi: hardware-accelerated video decoding and encoding using
46 VA-API on Linux. Primarily for Intel graphics hardware.
48 - gst-omx: hardware-accelerated video decoding and encoding, primarily for
49 embedded Linux systems that provide an OpenMax
50 implementation layer such as the Raspberry Pi.
52 - gst-rtsp-server: library to serve files or streaming pipelines via RTSP
54 - gst-editing-services: library an plugins for non-linear editing
56 ==== Download ====
58 You can find source releases of gstreamer in the download
59 directory: https://gstreamer.freedesktop.org/src/gstreamer/
61 The git repository and details how to clone it can be found at
64 ==== Homepage ====
66 The project's website is https://gstreamer.freedesktop.org/
68 ==== Support and Bugs ====
70 We track bugs and feature requests in GitLab:
74 Please submit patches via GitLab as well, in form of Merge Requests. See
78 for more details.
80 For help and support, please subscribe to and send questions to the
81 gstreamer-devel mailing list (see below for details).
83 There is also a #gstreamer IRC channel on the OFTC IRC network.
85 Please do not submit support requests in GitLab, we only use it
86 for bug tracking and merge requests review.
88 ==== Developers ====
90 The GStreamer source code repository can be found on GitLab on freedesktop.org:
94 and can also be cloned from there and this is also where you can submit
95 Merge Requests or file issues for bugs or feature requests.
97 Interested developers of the core library, plugins, and applications should
98 subscribe to the gstreamer-devel list: