upstream gstreamer is now 1.14. gstreamer on 28.2 is 1.8.3. Is there any know reason upstream gstreamer cannot be used? Lots of bug fixes and a few interesting features. Any chance of getting updated nvcamerasrc, nvvidconv and other elements soon?
<b>News - GStreamer 1.14.0 new major stable release</b> The GStreamer team is proud to announce a new major feature release of your favourite cross-platform multimedia framework! The 1.14 release series adds new features on top of the previous 1.12 series and is part of the API and ABI-stable 1.x release series of the GStreamer multimedia framework. Highlights: <b>WebRTC support: real-time audio/video streaming to and from web browsers</b> Experimental support for the next-gen royalty-free AV1 video codec Video4Linux: encoding support, stable element names and faster device probing Support for the Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) video streaming protocol RTP Forward Error Correction (FEC) support (ULPFEC) RTSP 2.0 support in rtspsrc and gst-rtsp-server ONVIF audio backchannel support in gst-rtsp-server and rtspsrc playbin3 gapless playback and pre-buffering support <b>tee, our stream splitter/duplication element, now does allocation query aggregation which is important for efficient data handling and zero-copy</b> <b>QuickTime muxer has a new prefill recording mode that allows file import in Adobe Premiere and FinalCut Pro while the file is still being written</b>. rtpjitterbuffer fast-start mode and timestamp offset adjustment smoothing souphttpsrc connection sharing, which allows for connection reuse, cookie sharing, etc. nvdec: new plugin for hardware-accelerated video decoding using the NVIDIA NVDEC API <b>Adaptive DASH trick play support</b> ipcpipeline: new plugin that allows splitting a pipeline across multiple processes Major gobject-introspection annotation improvements for large parts of the library API GStreamer C# bindings have been revived and seen many updates and fixes The externally-maintained GStreamer Rust bindings have many usability improvements and cover most of the API now