stuart.fisher at fig7.com
Sun Apr 11 20:38:52 PDT 2010
So I wanted to make smaller versions of Big Buck Bunny and Elephants Dream.
So I download the original files (.png and .flac).
I had a look in the examples folder and saw that there was a png2theora.c. Perfect, that's what I need. Except that it doesn't do audio. Ok then, let's have a look at encoder_example.c. That does handle audio (wav not flac), but expects the video in some YUV encoded format and not png. Some googling later I give up. There doesn't seem any easy way to convert a folder full of pngs to YUV4MPEG. So I try plan B.
Plan B: "If you want something doing..."
I downloaded the flac libs and got the .flac files converted to wavs (I had to edit the flac decoder example to make a 24 bit version, but that wasn't too much of a problem).
Several hours of hacking later I have a version of png2theora that will also take a wav file as input :-)
I currently only have a MSVC version as that's the environment I've got (I know I should get gcc at some point, but that's not going to happen right now). If anybody wants this please let me know. Maybe it could be added to the examples folder?
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