[theora-dev] Cortado license

Benjamin M. Schwartz bmschwar at fas.harvard.edu
Wed Feb 17 15:02:40 PST 2010

ozemale at ozemail.com.au wrote:
> Thanks for that Basil.
> When I say "embed" I mean take the meat of the code and remove the fact that it 
> is an actual applet and then put that meat inside the wrapper of our own 
> applet.

Cortado uses/includes Jogg, Jorbis, and Jheora for the actual decoding, as
well as Jst for building the decode pipeline and JKate for subtitles.  All
of these components are LGPLv2+ (take a look at the source headers in the
git repo).  I think the only part that's GPL is the player itself

So depending on what you're trying to do, you may be all set.  Just look
through the per-file license headers.


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