PipeWire capturer: advertise DMA-BUF support when really supported

We need to check the PipeWire server version in order to be sure we can
advertise DMA-BUF support, because it doesn't mean the version of
PipeWire we built our code against will run against the same PipeWire
version. Also do not announce DMA-BUF support for PipeWire older than
0.3.24 as this will not be working. For DMA-BUF modifiers support we
need the PipeWire version to be at least 0.3.33 on both sides (client
and server). Last but not least minor fix is not to announce
modifier-less DMA-BUF support when we don't have required extension.

Bug: chromium:1233417
Change-Id: Iee035d61bbc9d5878621555c365751ee4edc9d28
Reviewed-on: https://webrtc-review.googlesource.com/c/src/+/239649
Reviewed-by: Mark Foltz <mfoltz@chromium.org>
Commit-Queue: Jan Grulich <grulja@gmail.com>
Cr-Commit-Position: refs/heads/main@{#35696}
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