From: Downing, Thomas <Thomas.Downing@ip...> - 2002-05-29 18:24:53
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gert Vervoort [mailto:gert.vervoort@...]
> Sent: Wednesday, May 29, 2002 1:38 PM
> To: Downing, Thomas
> Cc: xine-devel@...
> Subject: Re: [xine-devel] RE: Re: *live* MPEG Transport Streams.
> > I would expect that no many developers have access to more capable
> > (read expensive) commercial encoders. I'm lucky that I do.
> Xine also works perfectly with transport streams generated with a
> MPEG-2 hardware encoder used in consumer applications:
Interesting. I think I'll have to open up my boxes and see what
they are using. Do you know what products are are using this chip?
What I was refering to wasn't chip level, but out-of-the-box high-end
solutions, such as those aimed at large VOD and near-VOD servers.
Doubtless there's a chip level solution in them somewhere, but I
suspect your results may vary depending on the particular product
and how it uses the chip. OTOH, I could be out in left field, I
mean 13818-1 is 13818-1, right?
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