As many have requested, I’ve enabled the updates for CentOS 7.4. As of this very moment, you need to enable the Continuous Release repository, which will get emptied when the final CentOS 7.4 images will be released. This means all the temporary packages I’ve put in the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4 repository are now mainline.
If you are on CentOS 7.3 please proceed as follows:
# yum clean all # yum-config-manager --enable cr # yum update
You can then disable the cr repository (if you want) once CentOS 7.4 is out.
If you are on RHEL 7.4, you need to remove the temporary repository:
# yum clean all # rm -f /etc/yum.repos.d/rhel74-temp.repo # yum update
All Gstreamer packages are now at 1.10 as well as some other updates that have been already pushed into the Fedora repositories, like x265, HandBrake, etc..