[theora-dev] theora.org website proposal
acolwell at real.com
Mon Feb 23 10:23:01 PST 2004
It would also be nice if someone could create a Theora encoder plugin for
the Helix Producer. If you did that, you'd get a Windows, Linux, and Mac
encoder from a single development effort. Vorbis is already supported by
the producer. You would also be able to quickly setup live broadcasts
using the Helix Producer and Helix Server. All of the code that you'd need
I can provide any support that may be needed. I would really like to see
this happen and I think it would be a big win for Theora adoption. Let me
know if anyone is interested.
On Mon, 23 Feb 2004, Ralph Giles wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 23, 2004 at 12:53:54PM -0500, Arc Riley wrote:
> > Speaking of which. I've started a "Help Needed" section of OT for
> > various Xiph projects to call-out for volunteers. Are there any
> > specific Theora-related jobs that still need doing? Ie, webmaster, HTML
> > spec documentor, win/mac porter, etc?
> As far as I'm concerned, the biggest needs are for techwriting help with
> the spec, and tools authors. Specifically, we need plugins for Quicktime
> and whatever MS Windows uses these days. We have a vp3 plugin for
> Quicktime, but nothing for Vorbis, so that would be the first step.
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