What is the GStreamer framework for playing linux music files in Ubuntu?

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Rhythmbox is based on the GStreamer framework and is used for playing linux music files in Ubuntu or other linux operating systems, what is the GStreamer framework? For example, is it a programming SDK if so what is it for?

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What is the GStreamer framework for playing linux music files in Ubuntu?

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This a structure for mixing several components to be able to scribe or decode a press flow. It provides a simple and fast way to add audio & movie assistance to your item for all types of media types without you ever having to dig up and process a lot of press requirements. It’s also totally free.

Totem (default press player for Ubuntu) for example uses the GStreamer structure. In comparison to Windows Media Player, GStreamer programs can perform many more press types because it has more codecs at its convenience. One factor to observe is that while GStreamer can perform all kinds of press types, it’s not really the GStreamer application doing the understanding.  It’s mostly created up of other totally free (and shut source) codecs. GStreamer is basically a ‘wrapper’ around all those different codecs and movie/sound manipulators creating it simple to incorporate into an item and swap components in and out as you required.

 

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