Edit Package pipewire

A Multimedia Framework

PipeWire is a server and user space API to deal with multimedia pipelines.

Some of its features include:

* Capture and playback of audio and video with minimal latency;
* Real-time Multimedia processing on audio and video;
* Multiprocess architecture to let applications share multimedia content;
* GStreamer plugins for easy use and integration in current applications;
* Sandboxed applications support.

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Source Files
Filename Size Changed
_service 0000000752 752 Bytes about 1 year
baselibs.conf 0000000573 573 Bytes about 1 year
pipewire-rpmlintrc 0000000204 204 Bytes over 2 years
pipewire.changes 0000093701 91.5 KB over 1 year
pipewire.spec 0000021677 21.2 KB 10 months
rt.patch 0000001974 1.93 KB 12 months
Comments 5

Paul McAuley's avatar

paul4us wrote about 1 year ago

Ciao, are your Leap 15.3 builds made with Bluetooth AAC and AptX support enabled?

If not, is it possible to enable it?

Every pipewire release I am building a src rpm myself with e.g.: rpmbuild --rebuild -with aac -with aptx pipewire-0.3.42-lp153.39.1.src.rpm

It would be better though if I had a repository here which did this automatically. Packman also is only making builds for Tumbleweed.

Giordano Boschetti's avatar

geekositalia wrote about 1 year ago

hi, support for aac and aptx added on leap :) testing it and report if correcty work if you want (i updated correlated libs, and add a condition for this).

this version is high performance in realtime even if you use software to make music, compared to the standard.

Episteme PROMENEUR's avatar

promeneur wrote 12 months ago


thanks for your packages

pipewire 3.45 runs well with 15.3 and wireplumber

Episteme PROMENEUR's avatar

promeneur wrote 12 months ago


Success with 15.3 and 3.47 and wireplumber.

Many thanks

Episteme PROMENEUR's avatar

promeneur wrote 10 months ago

Any hope to get 3.48 with wireplumber for 15.3 ?

Pipewire recommends using wireplumber and not mediasession.


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