From: Wheeler, Fred (Research) <wheeler@cr...> - 2002-10-28 22:57:02
ffmpeg is discussed on Slashdot today. Perhaps Amitha saw it there.
At the Brown meeting I offered to ask a few video coding friends about available MPEG2 libraries for
encoding and to better parse the headers on decode. The best (only) advice I got was to use the MSSG
code at http://www.mpeg.org/MPEG/MSSG/. Unfortunately, that code will not make a library that VXL
could link to, just executables. ImageMagick uses (can use) the MSSG code for MPEG2 conversion.
Don't know which of these two would be better.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Amitha Perera [mailto:perera@...]
> Sent: Monday, October 28, 2002 1:13 PM
> To: vxl-maintainers@...
> Subject: [Vxl-maintainers] vidl
> Hi all
> There is an Open Source project, ffmpeg, that may be useful in
> implementing vidl. This library supports decoding and encoding of a
> wide variety of video formats, and seems to be reasonably portable.
> The example code showing API seems pretty straightforward.
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