[theora-dev] Audio from fifo
Kenneth C. Arnold
ken at arnoldnet.net
Thu Oct 3 15:28:12 PDT 2002
I haven't tried it, but here's an extremely trivial patch for encoder_example
that should make it work. It's been mentioned many times that Theora isn't
production code, but this could help with testing:
--- encoder_example.c.~1.6.~ 2002-09-27 19:51:01.000000000 -0400
+++ encoder_example.c 2002-10-03 18:25:18.000000000 -0400
@@ -597,11 +597,11 @@
- /* is there an audio page flushed? If not, fetch one if possible */
/* is there a video page flushed? If not, fetch one if possible */
+ /* is there an audio page flushed? If not, fetch one if possible */
/* no pages of either? Must be end of stream. */
if(!audioflag && !videoflag)break;
On Thursday 03 October 2002 02:48 am, Caspian Maclean wrote:
> My first guess about the problem would be that the programs want
> to process the stuff in a different order, e.g. mplayer wants to
> output some sound before anymore video and encoder_example wants
> to receive some video before anymore sound. This could easily
> depend on the order of stuff in the file mplayer is reading.
> I guess something similar could happen for opening the pipes as
> The easiest solution I can think of would be to run 2 mplayer
> processes, one for video and one for audio.
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