News - GStreamer 1.20.2 stable bug fix release
The GStreamer team is pleased to announce the second bug fix release in the
stable 1.20 release series of your favourite cross-platform
This release only contains bugfixes and it should be safe to update from 1.20.x.
- avviddec: Remove vc1/wmv3 override and fix crashes on WMV files with FFMPEG 5.0+
- macOS: fix plugin discovery for GStreamer installed via brew and fix loading of Rust plugins
- rtpbasepayload: various header extension handling fixes
- rtpopusdepay: fix regression in stereo input handling if sprop-stereo is not advertised
- rtspclientsink: fix possible shutdown deadlock
- mpegts: gracefully handle "empty" program maps and fix AC-4 detection
- mxfdemux: Handle empty VANC packets and fix EOS handling
- playbin3: various playbin3, uridecodebin3, and playsink fixes
- ptpclock: fix initial sync-up with certain devices
- gltransformation: let graphene alloc its structures memory aligned
- webrtcbin fixes and webrtc sendrecv example improvements
- video4linux2: various fixes including some fixes for Raspberry Pi users
- videorate segment handling fixes and other fixes
- nvh264dec, nvh265dec: Fix broken key-unit trick modes and reverse playback
- wpe: Reintroduce persistent WebContext
- cerbero: Make it easier to consume 1.20.1 macOS GStreamer .pkgs
- build fixes and gobject annotation fixes
- bug fixes, security fixes, memory leak fixes, and other stability and reliability improvements
See the GStreamer 1.20.2 release notes
for more details.
Binaries for Android, iOS, macOS and Windows will be available shortly.
Release tarballs can be downloaded directly here:
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What is GStreamer?
GStreamer is a library for constructing graphs of
media-handling components. The applications it supports range from simple
Ogg/Vorbis playback, audio/video streaming to complex audio (mixing) and video
(non-linear editing) processing.
Applications can take advantage of advances in codec and filter technology
transparently. Developers can add new codecs and filters by writing a
simple plugin with a clean, generic interface.
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GStreamer is released under the LGPL. The 1.x series is API and ABI stable
and supersedes the previous stable 0.10 series. Both can be installed in