[Theora-dev] Resyncing cut streams...
Timothy B. Terriberry
tterribe at vt.edu
Thu Jan 6 18:46:34 PST 2005
> if understand it correctly, lets say the page has 2000 granules of stuff
> on it, and you stamp the first page 1800, that implies you drop the
> first 200 granules worth. I'm not sure how a negative end time could
> even make sense... and i'm also of the opinion that granule pos is
> unsigned with -1(2's complement) having a special value ie 2^64-1.
> There's certainly nothing in the spec that suggests this is a signed value.
No, I wasn't saying the granule position was negative. I was saying the
offset added to it was, so you get a granule position smaller than you'd
have gotten if the first sample was at granule 0, but still non-negative.
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