[theora-dev] a new proposal

Jay Sprenkle cupycake_jay at yahoo.com
Fri Feb 27 11:26:49 PST 2004

--- Arc Riley <arc at xiph.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 27, 2004 at 10:52:27AM -0800, Jay
> Sprenkle wrote:
> > 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.

> libogg2 uses the same Ogg format as libogg1.  It
> just does so much 
> efficiently (to make a huge under-statement).  Since
> the library API has 
> changed so must the codecs and applications which
> use it.

Ok, thanks :)

I'll try to get an ogg demultiplexer filter
done first. Then put together theora and vorbis
decoders so an ogg video or audio file can be played
under most of the multimedia apps for Windows.
If I have any neurons left at that point
I'll tackle the encoders.

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

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