[theora] New release of the Cortado java player
alvaro.segura at gmail.com
Wed Dec 2 13:03:23 PST 2009
This is Cortado 0.5.1.
Brought to you by Wim Taymans.
(C) Copyright 2004,2005,2006 Fluendo
Built on 2009-11-05 20:59:19 GMT
Built in stripped mode.
Built from git branch Xiph, revision 0.5.1
Running on Java VM 1.6.0_17 from Sun Microsystems Inc.
Using the javax.sound backend.
It loads the video but goes almost instantly to the end, like a
super-fast-forward. It is actually 3 minutes long but plays in about 1
second, only showing a couple frames. Well, the numbers at the
bottom-right advance slowly, but the video and the slider control go
straight to the end.
Also, if the video window is resized (applet size != video size) or the
page is zoomed, the image "breaks" with random rectangular areas
The video plays OK in Firefox or Chrome within a <video> element.
Gregory Maxwell escribió:
> On Tue, Dec 1, 2009 at 6:13 PM, Asimo <alvaro.segura at gmail.com> wrote:
>> The version of Cortado available at |http://theora.org/cortado.jar (the
>> one suggested at http://www.theora.org/cortado) does not play files
>> encoded with the latest ffmpeg2theora (libtheora 1.1).
>> But a newer version in Wikimedia's SVN does play them fine: 0.2.2-89
>> Can be obtained here (ignore the garbage and hit download)
>> Could someone please update the version in ||http://theora.org/cortado.jar ?
> The file at cortado.jar is the most recent release. Can you provide
> an example video that it doesn't play? It plays 1.1 encoded files fine
> for me.
> Can you be far more specific about "does not play"? How does it fail?
> Does the video not start? Do you get colored video snow? Do you get
> Can you provide the cortado version you see from rightclick->about?
> You should see:
> "Built on 2009-11-05 20:59:19 GMT
> Built in stripped mode.
> Built from git branch Xiph, revision 0.5.1"
> If it says something else then you are using an old cached copy.
> The cortado you're linking to is old and has a number of serious know
> bugs and deficiencies. (likewise for the one used on the
> ~oggk/elephants_dream page)
> With your help we can hopefully get whatever issue you're seeing fixed quickly.
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