1 Jun

I've spent the past few weeks putting together a working Python example, which allows a user to select a media file (audio or video) and display all the various information I can find (such as height, width, duration, position, frames per second, codec, etc...). One of my blog readers informed me of a module ...



27 Mai

The Gstreamer framework is multi-threaded, which means it runs in a different thread (or many threads)... and thus you can not directly communicate with it via Python. Requests have to be sent to the pipeline, and they are completed as soon as possible. However, it goes both ways. When Gstreamer wants to communicate with your ...


20 Mai

Here is my first mockup of a timeline for my open-source, Linux-based, non-linear video editor... which still remains unnamed. I imagine I will make countless changes to this mockup, but I just wanted to share the first of many. Click on the image for a larger version.


20 Mai

While trying to complete my video / media inspector demo program (in Python of course), I got sidetracked playing with Gnonlin. Gnonlin is a plug-in for Gstreamer which helps layout and prioritize video and audio clips on a timeline. It was designed to help people like me make non-linear video / audio editors. So, I figured I ...




15 Mai

As great as Cairo seems, I just recently learned about a widget in the gnome / GTK+ library that can also be used for drawing: Gnome Canvas. While Cairo seems to be more for drawing static, non-interactive pictures, the Gnome Canvas is more for layering shapes, bitmaps, etc... onto a "canvas", and it keeps track of ...


15 Mai

Glade 3.0 is a great GUI designer. I can't imagine creating a GUI using code when this option is available. It takes no more than a few minutes to setup a screen, name your signals, and set the default properties. It's also super easy to hook up the handler methods.

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