Multimedia processing is one of the most demanded and complex tasks in computing. It traverses all the software stack, ranging from the kernel up to the end-user application. Igalia has a strong team of multimedia experts with experience in all the layers of the stack, both on desktop environments and embedded devices.
GStreamer is the framework of choice for Linux-based multimedia and it has been powering multimedia embedded solutions for many years now. Our multimedia team includes many experienced GStreamer developers who are very familiar with the framework internals and contribute to its core and to many of its plugins.
We are the main developers and maintainers of the GStreamer-based multimedia back-ends of WebKit that are used by many of its ports, including WebkitGTK+ and WebkitEFL.
We also have experience bringing hardware acceleration to GStreamer, writing plugins and infrastructure required to use hardware accelerated multimedia such the case of asymmetric processing of media using multiple cores.
Beside media playback and recording, we are pioneers in digital media content discovery and browsing, and as a result, we are the main developers and maintainers of Grilo, a framework designed to provide application developers with tools that make digital media content integration extremely easy, scalable and highly maintainable.
Igalia can help you build top-notch solutions for media centres and players targeting TV, Set-top boxes and other multimedia enabled devices based on open source technologies. Our multimedia team can lead specific parts of the software development, provide advice and insight on the solutions used, join an in-house team to leverage its strenghts or help companies align their work and needs with the open source community.
- Multimedia Middleware
- Media Players
- End-user Applications
- Content Discovery
- WebKit Multimedia
A lot of things have happened last month and I have neglected this report. Let me try to fix it. First, the autumn GStreamer Hackfest and the GStreamer Conference 2016 in Berlin. The hackfest’s venue was the famous C-Base, where we talked with...
For some time I worked at Igalia to enable WebRTC on WebKitForWayland or WPE for the Raspberry Pi 2. The goal was to have the WebKit WebRTC tests working for a demo. My fellow Igalian Alex was working on the … Continue reading →
In 2012 I started to work in a video renderer for GStreamer which uses directly the DRM/KMS kernel subsystem to display images. I even blogged about it, but I didn’t finished it. Nonetheless, in December last year, a customer asked us to finish the...
Yes, it happened again: the Gstreamer Spring Hackfest 2016! This time in the beautiful city of Thessaloniki. Thanks a lot, Vivia and Sebastian, for making it happen. My objective this time was to work with dma-buf support in gstreamer-vaapi. Though it...
On march 23th GStreamer 1.8 was released, along with all its bundled modules, and, of course, one of those modules is gstreamer-vaapi. Let us talk about this gstreamer-vaapi release, since there are several sweets! First thing to notice is that the...
It is expected to post an error message in the bus if the device cannot be started.Víctor Jáquez30/11/2016
Follow-up of 73721ad4e9e2d32e1c8b6a3b4aaa98401530e58a. Forgot to add the fragment parser in the meson build file.Philippe Normand29/11/2016
When a MSS server hosts a live stream the fragments listed in the manifest usually don't have accurate timestamps and duration, except for the first fragment, which additionally stores timing information for the few upcoming fragments. In this scenario...Philippe Normand29/11/2016
As drm.h is internal to libdrm, it expects to have already included stdlib.h.Víctor Jáquez23/11/2016
drm.h does not include all what it needs to compile, in particular stdlib.h which defines size_tVíctor Jáquez23/11/2016