Yes, use the gstreamer1.0-omx module from the repository.Dingo_aus wrote:I am in a similar position with Jessie.
Is there a definative solution for accessing OMX encoding on Jessie anywhere?
As stated above, I added eglglessink back in by extracting the two required files of the debs from 1.2 and dropped them into the gstreamer 1.4 / 1.6 shared plugins / library folder with the rest.gkreidl wrote:eglglessink has been removed in 1.4.
eglglessink is not included in gstreamer 1.6. If you want to use it you need to take it out of the debs from 1.2 and put it in your 1.4 or 1.6 plugins folder. See my above posts.bust wrote:Hi
Thank for your councils commented but my question is rather result of dependency (*.so) command line (ldd libgsteglglessink.so)
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gst-launch-1.0 videotestsrc pattern=ball ! video/x-raw,width=800,height=480 ! eglglessink
gst-omx 1.0 is working quite will after a memory leak has been fixed. (I also tried to compile and install 1.2 a while ago but it never worked.). I'm using it all the time for video transcoding.pedruski wrote:hi everybody, did anybody manage to get omx 1.2 working with gstreamer 1. 4? I have been having a series of crashes with video and openframeworks in the rpi and everything points to the omx module. unfortunately i cant manage to upgrade the omx module 1.0.0 to 1.2 - its crazy that its not that in the repository as 1.2 came out 2 years ago ! has anybody had any luck ? heres a link to the documentation of my process http://piratepad.net/0uPIhAVSj3,
any pointers would be welcome ! many thanks