[theora-dev] Simple player and encoder binaries for Windows
sirber at webernic.com
Mon Oct 28 14:30:58 PST 2002
I can't play the file. The sound is great but the video play like "an xvid
whitout directdraw acceleration". Also, it uses 100% CPU on my Athlon 1 333
But, you've still done a great job :)
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From: "Mauricio Piacentini" <mauricio at tabuleiro.com>
To: <theora-dev at xiph.org>
Sent: Monday, October 28, 2002 3:44 PM
Subject: Re: [theora-dev] Simple player and encoder binaries for Windows
<p>> It is a simple port of the encoder sample included in the theora source:
> takes a wav and a video .yuv file and produces an ogg file with one vorbis
> stream and one theora stream. Nothing fancy, just some way for windows
> to start experimenting the tools.
> BTW, there are several hardcoded limitations on the player build. I will
> address them before releasing the source, but at this time you are limted
> 30 seconds in the duration of clips and audio must be compressed as
> 44,100Khz, I am being lazy with the audio buffers for now, but will
> implement a proper circular buffer strategy :)
> Mauricio Piacentini
> > Will your encoder produce .OGG or AVIs? Is it a VFW codec?
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