[ogg-dev] Re: [theora-dev] Re: [Advocacy] Re: [Vorbis-dev]
Proposal: An extension to rules all others
conrad at metadecks.org
Mon Apr 23 02:13:51 PDT 2007
My 3 cents:
.ogg is already supported for Ogg Vorbis on existing consumer
hardware. That should stay.
.spx has been supported for Ogg Speex in the speex release for many
years. It's straightforward and should stay.
.ogv makes sense to distinguish Ogg Theora.
I suggest an Ogg AV profile specifying that an "Ogg Theora" file can
contain audio in any one of Speex, Vorbis or Flac format, to be useful
for conference recordings, movies, and music video respectively.
On 20/04/07, Ralph Giles <giles at xiph.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 20, 2007 at 02:22:34PM +1000, Silvia Pfeiffer wrote:
> > Won't some systems have a problem with more than three characters extension?
> > Or am I just living in the past? ;-)
> I think that's why consensus on the fedora list was for 3 character
> extensions. FAT file systems actually are still in common use on
> USB flash drives.
> Might as well live in the past with conviction?
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