[Interest] Getting the QQuickView that created a QMediaService instance or requested a QMediaPlayerControl
Yoann.Lopes at digia.com
Mon Jun 24 11:43:27 CEST 2013
The only way to execute some of your code in the Scenegraph thread is to do it in the QAbstractVideoBuffer subclass you are passing to the QAbstractVideoSurface, in handle() if you provide a texture or in map() if you provide the frame data.
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On Jun 22, 2013, at 4:04 AM, Luca Carlon wrote:
I'm working on a plugin for hardware acceleration of Media Player Qt
API. To do this I need to run some code on the scene graph thread. All
the possible ways I've been given to do this require to somehow access
the QQuickWindow in which the service is created.
But can I do this from the QMediaService or from the
My current implementation works but is very very bad. Can you suggest
a proper way to access the QQuickView (or to somehow run code on the
scene graph thread when needed) from those subclasses?
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