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Fun with GStreamer Audio Effects

Jun 26, 2007, 12:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Stefan Kost)

[ Thanks to Lucas Rocha for this link. ]

"GStreamer is mostly known as a back-end for media players like Totem and Rhythmbox. Besides that, it is used as a foundation for content creation tools like Jokosher, Buzztard, Marlin, and PiTiVi.

"Recent changes make the framework more useful for creative media processing. GStreamer- (cvs) got latency handling. This allows realtime effects on live sources (alsasrc ! effects ! alsasink). Also, lots of work went into flexible data format support [int (8/16/32 bit) and float (32/64 bit)] in audio processing effects. Finally, the new jacksrc provides a bridge between the desktop applications and the professional Linux Audio world. Using the jackd daemon allows routing audio signals between applications..."

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