[Flac-dev] stream_encoder metadata callback
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Wed Oct 31 20:30:03 PST 2001
dug up this thread, sorry it so long to respond...
--- Joshua Haberman <jhaberman at ups.edu> wrote:
> It would also be nice if the host program could correctly write the
> STREAMINFO block in the stream encoder metadata callback without
> to know the specifics of the header format (or worry about
> How exactly to achieve this might take some thought, but what about
> 1. The correct way to respond to the metadata callback:
> i. If this is a seekable stream, seek to the beginning and return
> FLAC__STREAM_ENCODER_METADATA_OK (or something).
> ii. If this is not a seekable stream, return
> 2. If the callback indicated that the stream is seekable, FLAC calls
> the write callback again, writing 'fLaC' and the STREAMINFO block
> any seek tables as well).
> What do you think?
yes, the metadata step at the end of encoding is kind of
awkward. your proposal sounds fine. I will think about
it some more. anyway, a change like this would break
backward compatibility with the libFLAC API, which means
it would be a 1.1 think, not a 1.0.x thing.
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