[Theora-dev] Binaries for Visual Studio.NET?

David Barrett dbarrett
Mon Aug 2 00:11:59 PDT 2004

Ok, ignore this question: I found the "oggdsf" project, which is a
DirectShow filter wrapper around Ogg formats.  It has a Visual
Studio.NET solution that builds *everything*, including Ogg, Speex,
and Theora (the big three I care about).  So, just check out:


It's *huge* and builds about everything in Xiph.org, so it's a great
place to start.  Now, I just need to figure out how to use this Theora


On Sun, 1 Aug 2004, David Barrett wrote:

> I apologize for what's surely a common question, but the Xiph
> archive-searcher seems broken, and all my other searches have come up
> dry.  Anyway, my question is:
> Are there any Theora binaries available for Visual Studio.NET?
> Alternatively, how do I build Theora using Visual Studio.NET?  I tried
> using "\win32\theora_static.dsp", but VS.NET claimed it was corrupt
> and couldn't upgrade it.  Then I build my own project using all the
> files in "\lib", but it had lots of Ogg dependencies.  So I tried to
> build Ogg, but had the same problems.
> I'm primarily interested in the last stable build (I think it's Alpha
> 3?), and just a lib file and some headers would be dandy.
> Any help you can offer would be much appreciated.  Thanks!
> -david
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