On Tue, 2010-09-28 at 14:49 +0200, IOhannes m zmoelnig wrote: > Package: wnpp > Severity: wishlist > Owner: IOhannes m zmoelnig <firstname.lastname@example.org> > > > * Package name : gstreamer0.10-v4l2loopback > Version : 0.2.0 > Upstream Author : IOhannes m zmoelnig > * URL : http://github.com/umlaeute/gst-v4l2loopback > * License : LGPL > Programming Lang: C > Description : GStreamer sink to write into v4l2 loopback devices > > provides a GStreamer sink element "v4l2loopback" that takes a video-stream and > writes it into a V4L2 loopback device. > ordinary v4l2-enabled applications can then access the video as if it was coming > from an ordinary capture device. > among other things, this allows to add stream-receiving and support for non-v4l2 > capture devices capabilities to V4L2-only applications. How is this different from the v4l2sink element from gst-plugins-good? That element can output a video stream to any v4l2 device that supports this, including a loopback device.
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