[wpe-webkit] WPEWebKit and Widevine

Alicia Boya GarcĂ­a aboya at igalia.com
Fri Jan 25 08:23:35 PST 2019

As far as MSE is concerned, they should.

On Thu, 2019-01-24 at 18:39 +0000, Brandon Adkins wrote:
> >The GStreamer ports of WebKit currently lack container multi-track
> >support in MSE. That is, every SourceBuffer can contain audio or
> video,
> >but not both.
> >Back then when the project was started and very few sites used this,
> it
> >was not considered a priority since YouTube and many other sites
> always
> >do that (after all, it's more space efficient in the server-side,
> since
> >you don't need to duplicate the audio tracks), and the architecture
> >chosen back in the day did not really accomodate it.
> >This is of course still an issue I'm aware of and one I would like
> to
> >fix eventually as I'm working on improving the design of the
> playback
> >pipeline and our MSE implementation in general.
> Ok. makes sense. So I assume the WPEWebkit port suffers from this
> same thing? And if so, even with this limitation in place, can the
> WPEWebkit port handle Netflix and Spotify?
> Thanks again,
> Brandon
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