[theora-dev] It's quiet. TOO quiet.

Dan Miller dan at on2.com
Wed Jan 29 10:37:39 PST 2003

well it would be great to have a WMP plug-in, but the point of the beta is to provide a robust release of the Theora reference encoder, decoder, and bitstream specification.

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        From: gtgbr at gmx.net [mailto:gtgbr at gmx.net] 
        Sent: Wed 1/29/2003 11:48 AM 
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        Subject: Re: [theora-dev] It's quiet. TOO quiet.

        Dan Miller wrote:
	> is there a WMP plug-in for Ogg/Vorbis?  If so, who wrote it?
        There are two directshow filters, one (semi?-)dead one called MediaXW
        (http://mediaxw.sf.net/) and Tobias' OggDS from
        http://tobias.everwicked.com/ ... it says "Bandwidth exceeded" right
        now, so I can only guess whether this was the right URL or not. :P
        Anyways, both allow WMP to play Vorbis.
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