Photo of a talk at GUADEC 2010, with speaker talking and several attendees with laptops By Mario Sánchez Prada [CC-BY-SA-2.0], via Flickr

Writing multimedia applications with Grilo

Grilo is a framework that helps developers to retrieve multimedia content from different sources, both local and online, using a single and common API to browse, search and finally get the results.

Nowadays Grilo is used by different applications inside the GNOME project: Totem, Rygel, Rythmbox, and in new coming applications like gnome-music and gnome-photos (this one in a next version).

The aim of this talk is to check the requirements these different applications have to access the content, and how Grilo helps to fulfil  them. We will see also other use-cases that can be solved with Grilo, which for sure be helpful for other developments.

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Saturday, August 3rd
16:20 – 17:05