[vorbis-dev] Chained streams and granule position
Alejandro G. Belluscio
baldusi at uol.com.ar
Tue Nov 12 11:16:57 PST 2002
Tuesday, November 12, 2002, 3:58:34 PM, you wrote:
r> On Tuesday, November 12, 2002, at 03:59 pm, Tor-Einar Jarnbjo wrote:
>> If two plain, unmultiplexed Ogg/Vorbis-files are chained into one
>> file, you end up with an Ogg-file with two logical Vorbis streams.
>> When playing this file, would it be correct for a decoder to
>> the two streams according to the granule position of the Ogg pages
>> (playing them simultaneously), or should the streams be played
>> and in order?
r> The intent of the design is that chained streams should be played
r> separately and in order. Streams to be played simultaneously (or
r> concurrently) should be multiplexed.
Which are not allowed in Vorbis File I specification :-/
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