conrad at metadecks.org
Thu Jul 1 15:33:36 PDT 2010
On 2 July 2010 00:59, ogg.k.ogg.k at googlemail.com
<ogg.k.ogg.k at googlemail.com> wrote:
>> I think an important caveat is that while Vorbis is normally
>> encapsulated in Ogg already, Speex usually isn't. So, he would need
>> something that can mux Speex already. Do any of the standard Speex
>> tools already mux Speex into Ogg?
> liboggz (and its tools) supports Speex in Ogg.
> speexenc encodes Speex from PCM (can mux in ogg).
> speexdec decodes Speex (can probably do from ogg)
yes, speexdec only decodes Ogg Speex. Ogg is the native container
format for Speex files.
> Gstreamer has Speex elements.
> So a combination of speexenc and oggz-merge might do.
yup, that would work. It should also work streaming (eg. set up fifos
for the audio + video inputs, and run oggz-merge on those).
> For realtime (as opposed to plain files), I'm not sure if speexenc can
> be used, I haven't checked.
I don't see why not, it doesn't do any seeking on the content, and
should be quite fast enough on any platform that can do Theora.
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