News - GStreamer 1.20.3 stable bug fix release
The GStreamer team is pleased to announce the third bug fix release in the
stable 1.20 release series of your favourite cross-platform
This release only contains important security fixes. It should be safe to update from 1.20.x
and we recommend you upgrade at your earliest convenience.
- Security fixes in Matroska, MP4 and AVI demuxers
- Fix scrambled video playback with hardware-accelerated VA-API decoders on certain Intel hardware
- playbin3/decodebin3 regression fix for unhandled streams
- Fragmented MP4 playback fixes
- Android H.265 encoder mapping
- Playback of MXF files produced by older FFmpeg versions
- Fix rtmp2sink crashes on 32-bit platforms
- WebRTC improvements
- D3D11 video decoder and screen recorder fixes
- Performance improvements
- Support for building against OpenCV 4.6 and other build fixes
- Miscellaneous bug fixes, memory leak fixes, and other stability and reliability improvements
See the GStreamer 1.20.3 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