[vorbis] Vorbis for PlayStation
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Mon Oct 1 13:44:18 PDT 2001
This is a totally different situation because sony dictate how many
people even get to be hobbyists. *1000* were released,
(http://news.zdnet.co.uk/story/0,,t269-s2085867,00.html), not an
unlimited supply, and sony can end it there. Not exactly potential for
a huge following. I was hoping there were some more serious ps2
developers here that actually would find ogg vorbis beneficial for their
games, obviously there are but it would be nice not to have to listen to
opinions of people who havent even heard of ee-gcc.
Anyway to get back *ON* topic, the ps2 vector units have the power to
speed up ogg vorbis by 2 or 3 times and possibly even decode
asynchronously with the EE cpu. Saying any more would probably breach
some nda's so I'll shut up now :)
> If you're only a hobbiest you don't count?
> I guess if it's not a big commercial production it's not worth
> wasting time on? Linux wasn't a big commercial production until
> recently. Ogg was most probably started out by a hobbiest.
> Personal computers were a joke when they started. May I suggest
> you might rethink this?
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