I have just released OpenQuicktime version 2.0 Alpha 1. Nothing new recently I'm afraid but I thought it was about time that the source code escaped CVS !
So this is *very* Alpha software - lots of bugs there still.
However hopefully the new cleaner API is fairly fixed now and I hope that we should be able to maintain source (and binary?) comparability from now on...
I haven't had much time to do work on OpenQuicktime for a bit - but looking back at it, I really think it has a lot going for it - perhaps this release will re-kindle some interest in the project.
3ivx released a version of its codec as a binary plug-in for OpenQuicktime (i686 Linux glibc 2.1, i383 FreeBSD4.2 and
Sparc Solaris 8 supported).
3ivx is a recent and very effificent propretary video codec; try it at http://www.3ivx.com/
Here comes the binary release of version 1.0a for
i686-linux-glibc21, i386-freebsd4.2 and and spatc-solaris8.
If you want binary release for other platforms, have trouble compiling from the sources (see source release 1.0a) or successfully compiled for a platform which should be here but is not, please contact us!
New source release of the OpenQuicktime library, numbered 1.0a.
Also check sources releases for OQTEncoder (0.1) and OQTPlayer (0.5).
Soon, binary releases of a few target platforms!
Should be much more readable now ;)
We have released a plugin Howto to help the community to add support for their favorite audio or video codecs. See http://openquicktime.sourceforge.net/OpenQuicktimePlugin-HowTo.htm for more details ...