[theora] Ogg index and Skeleton 4.0
chris at pearce.org.nz
Mon May 3 20:00:02 PDT 2010
Not yet, I've only added a 32bit radix and the Role, and Name message
I assume that a 32 bit unsigned integer would be sufficient for the
predelay field, and that you want it in the fisbone packet? Or can we
get away with a 16 bit unsigned int?
All the best,
On 4/05/2010 2:18 a.m., Silvia Pfeiffer wrote:
> Monty and I discussed an extra skeleton field for Dirac and Dirac-like
> content today. I'm pretty sure it's the same field that Conrad and
> Ralph discussed earlier at FOMS. It's a pre-delay field that signifies
> the PTS/DTS difference in an integer number of packets and helps to
> more accurately seek in Dirac-type codecs.
> Have you added such a field already?
> On Thu, Apr 29, 2010 at 6:53 PM, Chris Pearce<chris at pearce.org.nz> wrote:
>> On 29/04/2010 4:47 p.m., Chris Pearce wrote:
>> I've updated OggIndex to now output Skeleton 4.0 tracks.
>> For your testing pleasure, for the next 14 days you can download Firefox
>> builds which can seek using the indexes here:
>> A good page to compare the difference makes is here:
>> If you have an already running Firefox instance, you'll need start the
>> index-capable Firefox build using the --no-remote command line option, else
>> it'll just open a new window of your non-index-capable Firefox instance.
>> Chris P.
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