This plugin writes incoming data to a local or remote location specified by an URI. This location can be specified using any protocol supported by the GIO library or it's VFS backends. Common protocols are 'file', 'ftp', or 'smb'.
If the URI or GFile already exists giosink will post a message of type GST_MESSAGE_ELEMENT with name "file-exists" on the bus. The message also contains the GFile and the corresponding URI. Applications can use the "file-exists" message to notify the user about the problem and to set a different target location or to remove the existing file. Note that right after the "file-exists" message a normal error message is posted on the bus which should be ignored if "file-exists" is handled by the application, for example by calling gst_bus_set_flushing(bus, TRUE) after the "file-exists" message was received and gst_bus_set_flushing(bus, FALSE) after the problem is resolved.
Similar to the "file-exist" message a "not-mounted" message is posted on the bus if the target location is not mounted yet and needs to be mounted. This message can be used by application to mount the location and retry after the location was mounted successfully.
gst-launch-1.0 -v filesrc location=input.xyz ! giosink location=file:///home/joe/out.xyz
The above pipeline will simply copy a local file. Instead of giosink, we could just as well have used the filesink element here.
gst-launch-1.0 -v uridecodebin uri=file:///path/to/audio.file ! audioconvert ! flacenc ! giosink location=smb://othercomputer/foo.flac
The above pipeline will re-encode an audio file into FLAC format and store it on a remote host using the Samba protocol.
gst-launch-1.0 -v audiotestsrc num-buffers=100 ! vorbisenc ! oggmux ! giosink location=file:///home/foo/bar.ogg
The above pipeline will encode a 440Hz sine wave to Ogg Vorbis and stores it in the home directory of user foo.
Authors: – René Stadler
Rank – secondary
Plugin – gio
Package – GStreamer Base Plug-ins
Presence – always
Direction – sink
Object type – GstPad
URI location to write to
Flags : Read / Write
Default value : NULL
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