[theora-dev] Seek issue in cortado player
nigel at matsuplace.com
Mon Mar 15 12:22:22 PDT 2010
I know of a bunch of developers and students who might be available to
help out. I figure this issue needs Cortado experts rather than lots
of developers, though. If that's not the case and you need some help,
I can send some people to the project.
On Mar 15, 2010, at 12:08 PM, "ozemale at ozemail.com.au" <ozemale at ozemail.com.au
> I also have a pressing need to have the seeking/pausing issues in
> Cortado resolved.
> What do we need to do to get these issues addressed and resolved?
> On Mon Mar 15 11:54 , Nigel Simpson sent:
> On Mar 15, 2010, at 3:59 AM, "ogg.k.ogg.k at googlemail.com" <ogg.k.ogg.k at googlemail.com
> > wrote:
> >> When I play the converted video using cortado 0.5.2, seeking still
> >> seems to
> >> be broken. For example: play a video, pause and then press play,
> >> the player
> >> resumes several seconds after the paused position. Also, pause and
> >> drag the
> >> time slider. The slider jumps to a new position after you release
> >> the drag
> >> rather than where the slider was dragged.
> >> Does cortado support OggIndex?
> > No. The index is a very new addition and is still being worked on.
> > Support at the moment is limited to ffmpeg2theora and OggIndex (plus
> > patches for Firefox). It is expected that various players will be
> > patched to support the index, however. Cortado would probably be one
> > of them.
> That would be great to see in Cortado.
> >> Are there any workarounds for reliably getting and setting the
> >> playback
> >> position?
> > Seeking is known to have problems in Cortado. They're fixed as
> > they're found.
> > Also, a recently released version of Cortado had a non-working
> > this problem. I'm unsure whether there was a release since this was
> > found.
> I'm using Cortado in a Java application, and have been trying to
> figure out why Cortado can seek reliably (well, reproducibly perhaps)
> but doesn't reliably report the current position, or resume from pause
> properly. It sounds like these are known issues though. Is there any
> way to raise the priority of these issues?
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