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       gst-xmllaunch  -  build  and  run  a  GStreamer  pipeline  from  an XML


       gst-xmllaunch [OPTION...] XML-FILE [ ELEMENT.PROPERTY=VALUE ... ]


       gst-xmllaunch is a tool that is used to build and run a basic GStreamer
       pipeline,  loading  it from an XML description. You can produce the XML
       description using gst-launch-0.10(1) with the -o option or  by  calling
       gst_xml_write_file() in your own app.

       A simple commandline looks like:

        gst-xmllaunch my-pipeline.xml filesrc0.location=music.mp3

       This  sets  the  location property of the element named filesrc0 to the
       value "music.mp3". See gst-launch(1)  for  syntax  on  setting  element
       names, and gst-inspect to see what properties various elements have.

       You can pass "-" as the XML-FILE to read from stdin.

       XML-FILE  can  be  a URI as well, thanks to the wizardry of libxml. I'm
       not really sure what all is supported, it seems http  works  just  fine


       gst-xmllaunch  is  deprecated  and  broken  for all but the most simple
       pipelines. It will most likely be removed in future. Don't use it.


       gst-xmllaunch accepts the following options:

       --help  Print help synopsis and available FLAGS

               Do not output status information

       --exclude=TYPE, -XTYPE
               Do not output status information of TYPE

       --output=FILE, -oFILE
               Save XML representation of pipeline to FILE and exit

               GStreamer info flags to set (list with --help)

               GStreamer debugging flags to set (list with --help)

               GStreamer info and debugging flags to set (list with --help)

               GStreamer info flags to set Enable  printout  of  errors  while
               loading GStreamer plugins

               Add directories separated with ':' to the plugin search path


       gst-feedback(1), gst-inspect(1), gst-launch(1), gst-typefind(1)


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                                  March 2001                      GStreamer(1)