Using GStreamer for Servo's WebAudio implementation in Rust

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Servo, the experimental browser engine written in Rust, is adding WebAudio support. We decided to use gstreamer-rs for handling decoding and playback, and plan to use gst-player for <audio>, <video>, and WebRTC. We found it to be very easy to use from Rust.

This talk is about our experiences with gstreamer-rs, as well as the design of servo-media and how this all comes together to create a clean WebAudio interface.

Manish Goregaokar is a Research Engineer at Mozilla working on the experimental Servo browser engine. He's also active in the Rust community, and cares a lot about making programming more accessible to others.