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I. Introduction fmpeg2dirac is a utility that converts any file that can be decoded by FFmpeg to Dirac or Theora muxed with Vorbis (if audio exists) in Ogg. It is derived from ffmpeg2theora and uses the same command line interface as ffmpeg2theora in addition to a few Dirac specific command line arguments. By default it uses the Schroedinger library to encode. If libtheora is installed, it uses the Theora encoder if --use-theora argument is provided in the command line. Detailed instructions about how to compile ffmpeg2dirac from source can be found in the INSTALL notes in the distribution. A man page, ffmpeg2dirac.1, is present with the distribution to explain the usage of the application and command line options available. II. NEWS ffmpeg2dirac-0.2.0 on 2011-04-25 ================================ - Schroedinger is now the default video codec used to encode video. - All the Schroedinger encoder options are now fully supported. - All functionality available in ffmpeg2theor v0.27 is now available in this release. - Use Skeleton 4.0 by default (including index), can be disabled with --skeleton-3 or --no-skeleton - update to FFmpeg 0.6 branch - Updated man page to explain encoding options available with Schroedinger codec. ffmpeg2dirac-0.1.0 on 2009-02-12 ================================= - Initial release - dirac-research is the default video codec used to encode video - Theora encoder enabled using the --use-theora command line argument - Schroedinger encoder enabled at run time using the --use-schro command line argument - Use '-h' for a full list of encoding options available.
Source: README.txt, updated 2011-04-25

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