[theora-dev] Using the VP3 ENCODER in a DIRECTSHOW GRAPH wit defined quality and BANDWIDTH - HOW?
Daniel B. Miller
dan at on2.com
Thu Aug 22 06:00:06 PDT 2002
hi thomas --
On Thu, 22 Aug 2002, Thomas Tomiczek wrote:
> David, inline prefixed with *** - sorry, we have Outlook XP and Exchange
> server as corporate stnadard, and inserting the ">"'s is not something I
> found it capable to do.
No problem -- but it's Dan! Anyway I'm supposed to switch to Outlook
soon, not looking forward to it.
> *** Our resources in this field are limited to - I would not exactly
> have problems coming up with a base filter infrastructure (means that is
> work for less than an hour), but I dont feel comfortable trying to
> understand the codec without documentation et al. While I do a lot of
> C++ development, it is pretty limited in scope - I sort of had enough
> problems trying to get the codec to compile at all. If you would be able
> (or if anyone in the fielf knowledgable with the working of the codec)
> would be able to actually "hand hold" me when it comes to using the
> codec, I would gladly handle the rest of the work, i.e. developing the
> whole DirectShow encidong part.
I will do my best to help. I cannot make any blanket promises, but a
working DSHOW filter would be a good thing. In many ways it's a more
powerful interface than VFW. I suspect there are other developers out
ther who could use it -- if you're lurking, now would be a good time to
make your presence known.
We did have a playback-only dshow component at one time. I will check to
see if it's still available, and what it would take to make it current.
> datarate for 11 kbyte/sec. This will save the key into the registry
> with these settings. The key is under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/On2
> Technologies (or something very similar).
> *** Name an app :-) I tried it in DirectShow, and it fails to open any
Try VirtualDub (www.virtualdub.org)
> *** Again, with support in handling the filter (I can ask you detailed
> questions when it comes so far) by someone knowing what he does there, I
> am willing to donate all the work to create a full blown directshow
> filter :-) Note my ressentiments - I have some bad experience with bad
> open source software in the past, and I definitly dont want to spend
> weeks trying to understand the filter works itself.
I hope you decide to go for it. I'll do my best to assist you, within
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