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       gst-visualise - Run a GStreamer pipeline to display an audio visualisation


       gst-visualise [visualiser]


       gst-visualise  is  a  tool  that  is  used to run a basic GStreamer pipeline, to display a
       graphical visualisation of an audio stream.

       By default, the audio stream is read from ESD (the Enlightened Sound Daemon), but this can
       be  changed  by  setting  the  AUDIOSRC  parameter  in ~/.gst.  For example, you might set
       "AUDIOSRC=osssrc" to display a visualisation of the sound input to your soundcard.

       You can select a visualiser by providing a parameter naming the visualiser.  For example:

        gst-visualise synaesthesia

       will use the synaesthesia plugin.  If no visualiser is named, the VISUALIZER  property  in
       ~/.gst will be used.  If this is not specified either, the goom visualiser will be used.

       The  videosink  to  use  to  display  the  visualisation  will  be read from the VIDEOSINK
       parameter in ~/.gst, defaulting to sdlvideosink.


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                                          February 2002                              GStreamer(1)