[theora] Indexing Ogg files for faster seeking

Silvia Pfeiffer silviapfeiffer1 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 11 02:21:15 PST 2010

We should make the discussion of keyframe indexed skeleton a topic of
a skeleton discussion on Thursday or Friday. We can then announce the
time of the discussion on Wednesday and whoever would like to
participate can do so on irc (and maybe skype).

Anyone interested should keep an eye open on the breakout groups to be
defined on Wednesday for Thursday and Friday and published at
http://www.foms-workshop.org/foms2010/pmwiki.php/Main/Schedule .


On Mon, Jan 11, 2010 at 9:52 AM, Chris Pearce <chris at pearce.org.nz> wrote:
> Updating recent progress on the Ogg index...
> I've updated my spec for Skeleton 3.1 with Keyframe Indexes to now store
> all timestamps as rational numbers, as a fraction of seconds. I've
> updated my indexer and validator at http://github.com/cpearce/OggIndex
> to do this. We've also updated ffmpeg2theora, and new builds of
> ffmpeg2theora and OggIndex/OggIndexValid can be downloaded at
> http://firefogg.org/nightly/ Thanks J!
> I've updated the Xiph.org wiki at http://wiki.xiph.org/Ogg_Index to
> include the up-to-date spec, and to point to new Firefox index-capable
> builds.
> Any comments on my updated "Skeleton 3.1 with Keyframe Indexes" spec?
> I was hoping that we can shake out any last comments out of people at
> FOMS this week, and then make this into an "official Xiph standard" if
> possible.
> All the best,
> Chris P.
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