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    • Rémi Denis-Courmont's avatar
      Kill stupid VOUT_SNAPSHOT control. · 53195e9f
      Rémi Denis-Courmont authored
      Calling vout_Control() after vlc_object_find() or input_GetVouts is not
      valid. It cannot be. There is no warranty that pf_control is valid (the
      video output plugin could be initializing or deinitializing). Even if
      there were a lock without the pf_control implementation (as with X11),
      it still wouldn't work.
      
      Anyway, in this particular case, we already have video-snapshot to do
      the exact same thing in a safe manner.
      
      There remain some issues with snapshots:
       - there is no synchronization of b_snapshoy with the video thread,
       - there is no/incomplete error handling,
       - there is no protection against multiple concurrent snapshot reqs.
      53195e9f
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