I would say that the two biggest issues is unresolved symbols and telling gstreamer where ithe plugin is.   Unresolved symbols can be found by running GST_DEBUG=*:3 gst-inspect and looking at the output.   The second reason would be that gstreamer doesn't know about the plugins.   This would be set by the enviroment variable GST_PLUGIN_PATH=/usr/local/lib/gstreamer- 0.10 or where ever you put your plugins.


On 7/28/06, cmonst <cmonst@gmail.com> wrote:

I have  gstreamer-0.10 (on Nokia 770) from package and I want to add
some plugins that I compiled for that architecture, but gst-inspect
doesn't see that new plugins (I put them in the directory with other
gstreamer plugins). What is the reason that gst-inspect doesn't see
that plugins, what is the mechanizm of checking for plugins in
gst-launch? Any sugestions????

-= Bartosz Put =-

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