The RTSP Sink is a Gstreamer sink element which permits high performance streaming to multiple computers using the RTSP protocol. This element leverages previous logic from RidgeRun's RTSP server but providing the benefits of a Gstreamer sink element like great flexibility to integrate into applications and easy gst-launch based testing.
With RTSP Sink, multiple streams can be achieved simultaneously
RidgeRun is proud to announce the upcoming stable version of our Linux software development kit (SDK): Turrialba.
In our most recent R&D effort, we have enhanced our professional SDK with new features that will support even faster and more reliable embedded software development based on Linux.
Faster - We've added support to use ccache (http://ccache.samba.org/) to speed up recompilations,
RidgeRun is now supporting the Mistral DM3730 based EVM board and the TI Beagle-Bone
CodeSourcery Toolchain 2009q1
Updated kernel version to 2.6.32
Updated DVSDK version to 4.02.00.06
Updated GStreamer DMAI plugins
Graphics SDK support.
Audio support added
Application to handle video capture previewer and resizer
Support for component, composite and DVI video output
SD recovery support
Ridgerun modified the V4L2 capture driver to support a dual 1080p@30fps capture solution on both platforms, DM8168-Z3 board and DM8168 evaluation board (EVM) where additional modifications were made to pass the video signals to the VIP1 on the SoC.
Furthermore, in order to take advantage of this and all the powerful features of a multimedia framework as gstreamer, Ridgerun customized the gst-openMax
RidgeRun has teamed for Texas Instruments to develop the hardware accelerated DMAI GStreamer plug-in. The DMAI plug-in is used in many shipping products around the world that have been developed over the past several years. With the release of GStreamer 1.0, RidgeRun has the opportunity to get some performance gains that are critical to embedded devices. Specifically the GStreamer 1.0 framework has