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User Commands                                  gst-std-options(5)

     gst-std-options  -  standard  options  available  for   most
     GStreamer applications

     A number of GStreamer standard  options  are  available  for
     most GStreamer applications.

     The following options are supported:

     --gst-debug-disaDisables debugging.

     --gst-debug-helpPrints a list of available debug  categories
                     and their default debugging level.

     --gst-debug-leveSetsvthe threshold  for  printing  debugging
                     messages.  A  higher  level prints more mes-
                     sages. The useful range is 0-5, the  default
                     value is 0.

     --gst-debug-no-cGStreamer normally prints debugging messages
                     so  that  the  messages are color-coded when
                     printed to  a  terminal  that  handles  ANSI
                     escape   sequences.    This   option  causes
                     GStreamer to print messages without color.

     --gst-debug=striSpecifies   debugging   levels   for    each
                     category,  where string is a colon-separated
                     list of category_name=level pairs. level  is
                     in  the  range 0-5 where 0 shows no messages
                     and 5 shows all messages. The wildcard * can
                     be  used to match category names. Use the --
                     gst-debug-help  option  to   show   category

                     Example: GST_CAT=5:GST_ELEMENT_*=3

     --gst-disable-cpGStreamer normally detects the  capabilities
                     of the current CPU automatically and selects
                     the optimal implementation  for  some  func-
                     tions. This option disables detection, which

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User Commands                                  gst-std-options(5)

                     is useful for debugging.

     --gst-disable-seDisables  trapping  of  segmentation  faults
                     during plugin loading.

     --gst-fatal-warnCauses GStreamer to abort if a warning  mes-
                     sage occurs.

     --gst-plugin-loaPreloadssthe plugins specified in  a  comma-
                     separated list.  Another way to specify plu-
                     gins to preload is to  use  the  environment
                     variable GST_PLUGIN_PATH.

     --gst-plugin-patAddstdirectories separated with ':'  to  the
                     plugin search path.

     --gst-plugin-speGStreamer info flags to set Enable  printout
                     of errors while loading GStreamer plugins.

     --gst-registry=rUsestthe file registry as  registry  instead
                     of the default.

     --gst-scheduler=Usesd____duler as the default scheduler.

     --gst-version   Prints the version string of  the  GStreamer
                     core library.

     --help          Displays detailed  usage  message.  You  can
                     also use -? to specify this option.


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User Commands                                  gst-std-options(5)

     See attributes(5) for descriptions of the  following  attri-

    |       ATTRIBUTE TYPE        |       ATTRIBUTE VALUE       |
    | Availability                | SUNWgnome-media             |
    | Interface stability         | External                    |

     gst-complete(1),  gst-compprep(1),   gst-feedback(1),   gst-
     inspect(1), gst-launch(1), gst-launch-ext(1), gst-md5sum(1),
     gst-register(1),  gst-thumbnail(1),  gst-typefind(1),   gst-
     xmlinspect(1),   gst-xmllaunch(1),  gstreamer-properties(1),
     libgstreamer-0.8(3), libgstgetbits(3)

     Original  man  page  written  by  the  GStreamer   team   at

     Updated by Brian Cameron, Sun Microsystems Inc., 2004.

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