[vorbis-dev] Decode questions
Mayhem & Chaos Coordinator
robert at moon.eorbit.net
Wed Feb 16 15:07:13 PST 2000
> > > # cdparanoia -B 1-1
> > > # ./encoder-example < track01.cdda.wav > test.vor
> Oh, btw, this we be a new flamewar, but I've been using '.ogg' since it's
> ogg bitstream.... but most people will know this as Vorbis. Shall we
> the official extension now if any? We don't actually *need* one...
I'll just use .ogg for my FreeAmp implementation. I'd rather write code than
> It is done. Thanks for giving me that gentle kick. Developing on two
> machines, neither synced with CVS... ;-)
Ok, I'll check it out later today...
> Sure... But you have to end up with code for each one else you've got
> logic in a tight loop. Old libOgg had this code in the low-level lib and
> moved it out this time around. I can move it back in, the old code worked
> well, it was just a bit large (specific loops tunined for each case).
Well, its a classic trade-off where you need to sacrafice some cleanliness
in order to preserve your speed. I hate these trade-offs with a passion, but
what can you do?
> Nope. Things are still at the 'break the bitstreams for each new day'
> but not for much bloody longer. BTW, do you know any good tech writers
> way too much time? ;-) These APIs need to be documented, then the
> format itself...
I do know a good documentation person, but she charges for the work she
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Robert Kaye -- robert at moon.eorbit.net http://moon.eorbit.net/~robert
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