[Vorbis] Stream "Saving" and Excerpting...
Jason M. Sullivan
jsullivan at nc.rr.com
Wed Sep 28 06:18:22 PDT 2005
On Wed, Sep 28, 2005 at 12:06:21PM +0200, Michael Smith wrote:
> > Now, I didn't write the code that does this (it's some python mess), but
> > I'm rewriting the assembler part and starting from the source code for
> > "vcut". The problem with that is that "vcut" seems to use several API
> > calls not documented in the API documentation...
> It's not clear whether you require sample-precise editing or not.
Hmm. I'm not sure what you mean by that. The slop in the reassembley
program is about a minute, which is fine. (so I'm guessing I don't need to
be sample-precise). The people downloading the reassembled files can load
it into an editor (once I can figure out how to fix the headers).
> If you don't need sample-accurate editing, starting with vcut is a bad
> idea. It's a heap of extra complexity that you don't need.
How can I de-complexify it?
> If you do need it, starting with vcut is a bad idea. It's very buggy,
> and doesn't implement everything it would need to. It's also very
> messy code.
I'm getting that impression :-)
//// Jason M. SULLIVAN jsullivan at nc.rr.com
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