[theora-dev] a new proposal
mdz at debian.org
Wed Feb 25 12:38:17 PST 2004
On Wed, Feb 25, 2004 at 03:15:19PM -0500, Arc Riley wrote:
> Why don't we just design a new version of Ogg? The current version, 0,
> has worked great for so long.. but with the addition of a new (prehaps)
> four-byte field for granule-duration, or granules, or whatever.. we
> could have both the start-time granulepos and the total decodable
> granules in each page header. This has two advantages; first it allows
> us to have the best of both worlds as far as the start-time/end-time
> discussion, it allows us to *CLEANLY* implement discontinuous streams,
> more clean than start-time alone, and it would also give us a clean way
> to do granule-accurate trunctation of a stream.
If this were to happen, it would be fabulous to have per-packet timestamps
to help deal with the realities of maintaining decent A/V sync on PC class
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