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GStreamer 0.10 Released

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The GStreamer developers have just released version 0.10 of the GStreamer multimedia framework into the wild, and their coders' fingers will never be the same. Thread-safety, RTP/VoIP support, automatic registry maintenance, twice the performance, and a whole lot more...the best just got better. A highly flexible, cross-platform, and GUI-independent multimedia framework, GStreamer takes your media, chews it up, and spits it out into aural and visual paradise. Especially targeted at GNU/Linux and Unix operating systems, the GStreamer team has been working with certain members of the KDE community for a long time. With this release we have a stable, extendable and robust multimedia solution. Together with KDE MM, GStreamer is one of the possible multimedia frameworks that will be available for KDE 4.

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