Do you want to share knowledge for qt5-gstreamer use ? just come on and do it
The idea is to try to do transcript gstreamer code (see the link in the readme.md file page of the public bitbucket project linked) and share test application/code (then put it in web site... mine and yours maybe... and will be happy to see the code used by other for learn or construct a tutorial by the time).
This way should be an idea to let community guru help community newbies by improve test/example code who miss for document qt5-gstreamer.
I try that by create a public bitbucket
Feel free to share your knowledge by transcript and use qt5-gstreamer code in this depot public repository, and let's communicate the idea to which other hackers who would like to share to.
Feel free to let opinion/code, change things with spirit of:
1/ transcript a "nice" code from gstreamer example
2/ do use clear code for do it easy
3/ add/remove functionality for construct things nice
4/ change design UI as you want
5/ do modify convention code as you like (or ask for that if you would like as condition first for do help by act coding)
I hope this will show the power of open source community and document as well this qt5-gstreamer.
I consider that:
It is not my project, it is a project.
Ambition is clearly to learn and share, improve a missing documentation around qt5-gstreamer.
having fun and thank you/welcome for all contribution.
seems to be difficult to find helpers and contributions on this project in the community.
maybe need more time for share the idea.
I think ability to well know how to use qt5-gstreamer should help a lot of people.
I think these one know to use it already never read this post (or keep the secrets like diamonds maybe ).
Often posts sail away so new people might not see them.
So even a good idea , it will take some time to get people to notice the project :)
To add to @mrjj, it also depends on how mainstream the project is, thus how many people are interested in seeing it through. I for one don't much care for the multimedia world, but that doesn't necessarily mean that there aren't other people. Also take note that gstreamer is popular mostly in the *nix world, so there's a whole lot of developers on windows that are unaware/uninterested ...