[theora] OGGZ Seeking in Theora
conrad at metadecks.org
Mon Jun 7 15:48:50 PDT 2010
On 7 June 2010 20:02, Stefan Weber <s_weber at blyth.ch> wrote:
> Hi Conrad
> Thanks for your reply to my request. I was able to eliminate some questions
> But I obviously still have some issues calculating the keyframe position.
> This is what I do:
> ogg_int64_t granule = oggz_tell_granulepos(oggz);
> int shift = oggz_get_granuleshift(oggz, sn);
> int noOfFramesSinceKeyframe = granule>>shift;
> int keyFramePosition = oldPosition - noOfFramesSinceKeyframe;
> oggz_seek_units(oggz, keyFramePosition, SEEK_SET);
> oldPosition being the position where initially has been seeked to as from
> Seeking works, but not to keyframes :( Am I getting wrong some units or
| int noOfFramesSinceKeyframe = granule>>shift;
calculates the position of the previous keyframe, not the offset since. See:
so you should be able to use that calculation directly for keyFramePosition.
>> If you're working with this now anyway, please try the seek-rewrite
>> branch, from the repo at github: http://github.com/kfish/liboggz
> Whats different in this branch? Why would I use it?
It has improvements in both efficiency and accuracy, but does not have
as much real-world testing. If people test it and report good results
then it will be released as the main version sooner.
> Am 06.06.2010 23:54, schrieb Conrad Parker:
> On 7 June 2010 02:12, Stefan Weber <s_weber at blyth.ch> wrote:
> Dear all
> Excuse me for pushing this again.
> Can't somebody give me a little hint on how to setup OGGZ for seeking
> with Theora?
> what you wrote sounds right. You should only need a page callback to
> handle the intermediate step. The callbacks are not asynchronous, they
> all happen in the same thread and only see data that gets passed
> through the most recent call to oggz_read().
> You can get the granuleshift with oggz_get_granuleshift(). The
> difference between ogg_page_granulepos() and oggz_tell_granulepos() is
> that the oggz version will work out the granulepos for a packet, even
> if it was not recorded in the stream. At the page level it doesn't
> matter so much.
> If you're working with this now anyway, please try the seek-rewrite
> branch, from the repo at github: http://github.com/kfish/liboggz
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