[theora] Theora Video Decoder

Abhilash K abhilashk.cse at gmail.com
Sat May 23 14:01:51 PDT 2009


I am quite satisfied with the samples I have got from liboggplay. I will be
updating more on the status of our project once we integrate with Theora

2009/5/24 ogg.k.ogg.k at googlemail.com <ogg.k.ogg.k at googlemail.com>

> > What are the major functions to be called from the decoder.
> For the libtheora decoder, you'll want to look at the sample code
> that ships with it. It also uses Vorbis for audio.
> However, I'm not quite clear if it's been updated to use the new
> API yet. But see about liboggplay below.
> > Functions to displaying the video in RGB or YUV format.
> libtheora will get you YUV planes, and doesn't have any conversion
> routines. But see about liboggplay below.
> > Something like pointers to starting up developing the solution. We don't
> > have much time to spare this time since our timelines are running thin.
> It looks like you're still at the stage where you're investigating
> what to use, and how. You mentioned the Theora decoder, but
> you may want to use a higher level library such as liboggplay(*),
> which decodes not only Theora, but also Vorbis, which you are
> likely to also want (more bitstream formats too, but Theora and
> Vorbis are the usual ones), and does the A/V sync for you.
> In addition, liboggplay has YUV to RGB conversion routines,
> should you want to do this in software.
> (*) liboggplay can be found at:
> http://git.xiph.org/?p=liboggplay.git;a=summary
> There's a new main 'info' page somewhere, but I can't seem to
> find it. There should be a tarball there, if someone can supply
> the link.
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