rillke at wikipedia.de
Tue Jan 20 12:12:21 PST 2015
Yeah, de-/encoding a stream would have a lot of advantages but there is no streaming en-/ decoder I would be aware of and for the application I'd intend to use it for, it might be sufficient to de-/ encode a file in whole. Dependent of the time and efforts for creation and maintenance of a stream encoder, it might not fit into the time budget. (Apart from that, as of now, it gives a nice demo application that just runs quickly in every browser, independently from any platform and has nearly zero maintenance cost.)
> From: brianw at audiobanshee.com
> Date: Tue, 20 Jan 2015 10:25:31 -0800
> CC: flac-dev at xiph.org
> To: rillke at wikipedia.de
> I'm not sure that I understand your goal. In a browser setting, I would think that you want to decode a stream, not a file, because streaming should have less of a memory impact. The reference decoder is a file decoder, so you probably don't want to port that. I don't think that there is a reference streaming decoder, so you'd need to write your own using the libFLAC or libFLAC++ routines.
> On Jan 20, 2015, at 10:14 AM, Rainer Rillke <rillke at wikipedia.de> wrote:
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