Re: nnstreamer & openVINO
- The reason why you need two videoconverts in your pipeline is because
- Each imagesink element has different characteristics. You should choose image sink element according to your graphics/UI frameworks. (or try autovideosink). For more information for these GStreamer base/good/bad plugins, you will need to talk with GStreamer community; I don't think NNStreamer committers have good understandings of GStreamer's original plugins.
- If you are switching X with Wayland, yes, I suppose so if your main overheads are coming from UI stack, which is why Tizen has switched to Wayland from X. But, you should be careful: you need to first analyze if that's the main overhead (the bottleneck) and if your applications' *(functional) requirements may be met by Wayland.
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Sender : Olda Šmíd <Olda476@...>
Date : 2021-03-05 03:18 (GMT+9)
Title : Re: [NNStreamer Technical Discuss] nnstreamer & openVINO
Now I wonder where I made a mistake in the code of the rtsp player that there was an increase in performance :) What you are writing really makes sense. I just didn't understand that everyone uses parse_launch and doesn't get angry with the dynamic pipeline.