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       gst-visualise   -   Run  a  GStreamer  pipeline  to  display  an  audio


       gst-visualise [visualiser]


       gst-visualise is a tool that is used to run a basic GStreamer pipeline,
       to display a graphical visualisation of an audio stream.

       By  default,  the  audio stream is read from ESD (the Enlightened Sound
       Daemon), but this can be changed by setting the AUDIOSRC  parameter  in
       ~/.gst.   For  example,  you  might  set "AUDIOSRC=osssrc" to display a
       visualisation of the sound input to your soundcard.

       You can select  a  visualiser  by  providing  a  parameter  naming  the
       visualiser.  For example:

        gst-visualise synaesthesia

       will  use  the  synaesthesia  plugin.   If  no visualiser is named, the
       VISUALIZER property in ~/.gst will be used.  If this is  not  specified
       either, the goom visualiser will be used.

       The videosink to use to display the visualisation will be read from the
       VIDEOSINK parameter in ~/.gst, defaulting to sdlvideosink.


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                                 February 2002                    GStreamer(1)