[theora-dev] FFmpeg's libavcoded
paul.richards at gmail.com
Fri Dec 29 09:56:51 PST 2006
I am aware of ffmpeg2theora, yes. I am using parts of its source code
FFmpeg2theora uses ffmpeg for input only, the theora output is done
entirely with libogg + libtheora directly. As I am sure you
understand my goal is slightly different.
PS. Why don't emails sent to this list have the reply-to set to
theora-dev at xiph.org?
On 29/12/06, Silvia Pfeiffer <silviapfeiffer1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Just checking: you are aware of ffmpeg2theora?
> On 12/30/06, Paul Richards <paul.richards at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am letting myself known incase someone is interested in this or
> > already has ideas on the subject.
> > I would like to add Theora encoding to ffmpeg's libavcodec library.
> > My goal is to add vorbis / theora / ogm output to Handbrake. Doing
> > this at the libavcodec level appears to make the most sense as it
> > would benefit more people.
> > I have already made a small start. I have the configure & build
> > scripts for ffmpeg using the correct libraries etc. I am now simply
> > browsing through the various API docs (for both libavcodec and
> > libtheora) to attempt my wiring.
> > Any tips, suggestions, or sources of documentation would be welcome. :)
> > thanks,
> > --
> > Paul Richards
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