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Release notes for GNonLin Non-Linear Editing Plug-ins 1.3.90

The GStreamer team is pleased to announce the first release candidate of the stable 1.4 release series. The 1.4 release series is adding new features on top of the 1.0 and 1.2 series and is part of the API and ABI-stable 1.x release series of the GStreamer multimedia framework.

This release candidate will hopefully shortly be followed by the stable 1.4.0 release if no bigger regressions or bigger issues are detected, and enough testing of the release candidate happened. The new API that was added during the 1.3 release series is not expected to change anymore at this point.

This module contains a set of plug-ins for GStreamer to ease the creation of multimedia editors, or any other application where a timeline-oriented use of GStreamer makes sense.

These elements include:

An element for using source elements/bins in a GnlComposition
A higher-level element for using a uri in a GnlComposition
A container element that handles GNonLin objects
An element for using filters in a GnlComposition

Features of this release

Bugs fixed in this release

  • 596849 : gnlcomposition: Allow low-memory usage


You can find source releases of gnonlin in the gnonlin download directory.

The git repository and details how to clone it can be found at .


The project's website is

Support and Bugs

We use GNOME's bugzilla for bug reports and feature requests.

Please submit patches via bugzilla as well.

For help and support, please subscribe to and send questions to the gstreamer-devel mailing list (see below for details).

There is also a #gstreamer IRC channel on the Freenode IRC network.


Git is hosted on You can browse the gnonlin repository.

All code is in Git and can be checked out from there.

Interested developers of the core library, plugins, and applications should subscribe to the gstreamer-devel list.


GNonLin is primarily used by PiTiVi ( and Jokosher (

Contributors to this release

  • Edward Hervey
  • Mathieu Duponchelle
  • Sebastian Dröge
  • Thibault Saunier
  • Tim-Philipp Müller

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