[theora-dev] a new proposal

Jay Sprenkle cupycake_jay at yahoo.com
Fri Feb 27 10:52:27 PST 2004

> > > Should I wait a bit before
> > > diving into the code?
> > 
> > Nope. You can either start now with the unreleased
> libogg2, or just use 1.1. Either way, it would 
> > be a valuable contribution *now*.
> Currently, only Theora works with libogg2.  More
> work is nessesary to 
> get Vorbis/etc ported.  The API is different enough
> that packets 
> currently outputted from libvorbis/etc are not
> useable by libogg2.

I had thought ogg was just a container that
distributed packets for whatever content you
wanted to place within it?  IE. you could
use it like AVI and use any audio and video
codec to create the data with in ogg stream/file.

Is there an overview webpage/wiki/white paper
I can read to learn the details better?

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