ogg at illiminable.com
Fri May 14 00:59:54 PDT 2004
Since we've been debating the merits of start or end timestamping... i'm
curious why the page doesn't have both stamps ?
That would solve the problems for all parties wouldn't it ?
It's not like the overhead is huge... less than 0.1%... so on the average
audio file thats 5 megs.... it's a 5k increase, which pretty much
insignificant. Even on a 1gig video file it's only another 5 megs.
Both stamps are usefull for their own things, and it would let all
implementations be more efficient.
Also the other thing i've been thinking about is the size of the timestamp
field being only 32 bits... this means a limit of ~27 hours of audio at
44100. And there are certainly other applications (say a file with the years
stock prices, earthquake data for the year etc)... there are times when
you'd want to manitain a continuous single logical stream for long
durations. In order to do this currently you'd have to somehow denote
someway to indicate where the granule pos resets, which would also totally
mess with all the seeking algorithms.
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