Welcome to the GStreamer iOS tutorials
These tutorials describe iOS-specific topics. General GStreamer concepts will not be explained in these tutorials, so the Basic tutorials should be reviewed first. The reader should also be familiar with basic iOS programming techniques.
The iOS tutorials have the same structure as the Android tutorials: Each one builds on top of the previous one and adds progressively more functionality, until a working media player application is obtained in iOS tutorial 5: A Complete media player.
Make sure to have read the instructions in Installing for iOS development before jumping into the iOS tutorials.
All iOS tutorials are split into the following classes:
GStreamerBackendclass performs all GStreamer-related tasks and offers a simplified interface to the application, which does not need to deal with all the GStreamer details. When it needs to perform any UI action, it does so through a delegate, which is expected to adhere to the
ViewControllerclass manages the UI, instantiates the
GStreamerBackendand also performs some UI-related tasks on its behalf.
GStreamerBackendDelegateprotocol defines which methods a class can implement in order to serve as a UI delegate for the
iOS tutorial 1: Link against GStreamer – No description available
iOS tutorial 2: A running pipeline – No description available
iOS tutorial 3: Video – No description available
iOS tutorial 4: A basic media player – No description available
iOS tutorial 5: A Complete media player – No description available
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