[vorbis] German company interested in vorbis
ken at arnoldnet.net
Sun Apr 28 12:36:22 PDT 2002
On Sun, Apr 28, 2002 at 08:34:10PM +0200, Benjamin Lebsanft wrote:
> Hi all,
> just got a mail from a german company which hosts internet multimedia
> streams and is interested in changing from Real to Vorbis. Only problem is,
> they need version 1.0, i don't know why but this is fact! :)
> So is it going to happen anytime soon ?
... but the bitstream format, decoder, and encoder API are all
final. If they're just repeating compressed data streamed to them
(e.g. ice/shoutcast servers), it doesn't matter -- the decoders
they'll point their clients to won't change, and their stream sources
can change out their encoders when convenient. If they're encoding
uncompressed data (don't know why they'd do that), they can easily
switch out the libs when rc4 / 1.0 comes out.
If they actually want to peel their streams, though, they'll have to
wait. They can still use icecast with re-encoding now, and when
icecast does peeling automatically, just upgrade. What's the status of
peeling in the libs?
Kenneth Arnold <ken at arnoldnet.net>
- "Know thyself."
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