1 ## GStreamer v1.14.4
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   3 ### GStreamer Notice
   4 ```
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  13    - On Linux systems: delete $(JAVA_HOME)/lib/libgstreamer-lite.so
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  20    http://hg.openjdk.java.net/openjfx/jfx/rt
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  26    rt/modules/javafx.media/src/main/native/gstreamer/gstreamer-lite/
  27 ```
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