GStreamer: GStreamer 1.22.7 stable bug fix release

The GStreamer team is pleased to announce another bug fix release
in the stable 1.22 release series of your favourite cross-platform
multimedia framework!

This release only contains bugfixes and security fixes and it should be safe
to update from 1.22.x.

Highlighted bugfixes:

  • Security fixes for the MXF demuxer and AV1 codec parser
  • glfilter: Memory leak fix for OpenGL filter elements
  • d3d11videosink: Fix toggling between fullscreen and maximized, and window switching in fullscreen mode
  • DASH / HLS adaptive streaming fixes
  • Decklink card device provider device name string handling fixes
  • interaudiosrc: handle non-interleaved audio properly
  • openh264: Fail gracefully if openh264 encoder/decoder creation fails
  • rtspsrc: improved whitespace handling in response headers by certain cameras
  • v4l2codecs: avoid wrap-around after 1000000 frames; tiled formats handling fixes
  • video-scaler, audio-resampler: downgraded “Can’t find exact taps” debug log messages
  • wasapi2: Don’t use global volume control object
  • Rust plugins: various improvements in aws, fmp4mux, hlssink3, livesync, ndisrc, rtpav1depay, rsfilesink, s3sink, sccparse
  • WebRTC: various webrtchttp, webrtcsrc, and webrtcsink improvements and fixes
  • Cerbero build tools: recognise Windows 11; restrict parallelism of gst-plugins-rs build on small systems
  • Packages: ca-certificates update; fix gio module loading and TLS support on macOS

See the GStreamer 1.22.7 release notes
for more details.

Binaries for Android, iOS, Mac OS X and Windows will be available shortly.

Release tarballs can be downloaded directly here:

fedora GStreamer