[theora] X-Content-Duration HTTP header

Chris Pearce chris at pearce.org.nz
Tue Jan 5 00:17:35 PST 2010

On 1/4/2010 7:43 AM, Ralph Giles wrote:
> Sub-millisecond errors aren't noticeable with video (unless they
> accumulate) but they're very noticeable with audio, for example if the
> durations are used to schedule playback. If the clips are designed to
> loop together, there will be a glitch from the missing samples (a
> millisecond is 48 or 44.1 samples for normal audio).
Thanks for clarifying, that makes sense. I'll change the header to store 
the start and end time as fractions,with 64bit numerator and 
denominators. With a numerator and denominator both 0 specifying an 
unknown value, and known values with non 0 denominators.

>> http://github.com/cpearce/OggIndex/blob/master/Skeleton-3.1-Index-Specification.txt
> Aha, thanks! Are you interested in maintaining another mirror at git.xiph.org?

Sure, that would be great!

Chris P.

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