[theora-dev] Theora branch and win/mac codecs
sirber at webernic.com
Fri Sep 27 17:28:23 PDT 2002
If theora will be a .ogg... how will we mux them?
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Subject: Re: [theora-dev] Theora branch and win/mac codecs
<p>> On Friday 27 September 2002 05:05 pm, Tabuleiro wrote:
> > Hi. Do you guys have plans to eventually merge the modifications done in
> > the Theora branch back into the Win/Mac codecs?
> > Having the current codecs is very important [...]
> DISCLAIMER - I am NOT, in any 'real' way, affiliated directly
> with this project, I'm just a rabid fan of it.
> Looking through the theora.org site and descriptions of the project,
> I doubt it. However, any improvements made ARE freely available,
> so someone else is welcome to back-port changes to the older avi
> and quicktime frameworks if they want.
> Given that they've already got working vp3-in-ogg, I wouldn't think
> they've got any reason to divert efforts from the Theora project
> for avi- or quicktime-specific development.
> >From the looks of the alpha release, I suspect the only substantial
> changes to the codec itself will be specifically related to fitting
> it in the .ogg container rather than changes that affect the video
> which looks pretty good already in my limited experience...
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