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Name Size Revision Age Author Comment
  doc f359a5be over 19 years Philip Gladstone * Updated so that some streams actually work! ...
  libav afc25d93 over 19 years Philip Gladstone * Make put_wav_header return the number of byte...
  libavcodec 8170f3dc over 19 years Philip Gladstone * Fix a problem with the first sample when down...
  postproc 413dec62 over 19 years Michael Niedermayer 3dnow temporal denoiser bugfix by RĂ©mi Guyomarc...
.cvsignore 56 Bytes 1ac9248b over 19 years Zdenek Kabelac * cleanup Originally committed as revision 422...
Changelog 6.53 KB 81401c1f over 19 years Juanjo - Fixes on RTP and GOB headers for H.263. - RTP...
INSTALL 218 Bytes de6d9b64 over 20 years Fabrice Bellard Initial revision Originally committed as revi...
Makefile 1.4 KB c6a8f2ce over 19 years Philip Gladstone Move the EXTRALIBS to the end of the link line ...
README 2.26 KB 85f07f22 over 20 years Fabrice Bellard merge Originally committed as revision 6 to s...
VERSION 5 Bytes 0fd94442 almost 20 years Nick Kurshev Shared objects support Originally committed as...
bswap.h 2.14 KB afe92c63 about 20 years Nick Kurshev Fixed one lack Originally committed as revisi...
configure 6.19 KB 57514323 over 19 years Zdenek Kabelac * using liba52 Originally committed as revisio...
ffmpeg.c 69.3 KB 51bd4565 over 19 years Philip Gladstone * Fix nasty problem with unitialized memory in ...
ffmpeg.dsp 4.26 KB 10445270 about 20 years Fabrice Bellard added win32 vc6 project files Originally comm...
ffmpeg.dsw 1.03 KB 10445270 about 20 years Fabrice Bellard added win32 vc6 project files Originally comm...
ffserver.c 52.6 KB f747e6d3 over 19 years Philip Gladstone * Fix a nasty problem with output buffering not...
mangle.h 456 Bytes 4bdd9157 almost 20 years Nick Kurshev Cygwin's mangling by Felix Buenemann <atmosfear...

Latest revisions

# Date Author Comment
8170f3dc 05/09/2002 01:23 AM Philip Gladstone
  • Fix a problem with the first sample when down sampling.
  • Note that this code needs to be fixed -- the rate conversion from 48000->44100
    sounds horrible!

Originally committed as revision 471 to svn://svn.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg/trunk

4c3d2e5f 05/09/2002 01:22 AM Philip Gladstone
  • Every frame is a key_frame

Originally committed as revision 470 to svn://svn.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg/trunk

4a663d80 05/09/2002 01:22 AM Philip Gladstone
  • Start using enumerated types (makes debugging much easier)

Originally committed as revision 469 to svn://svn.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg/trunk

afc25d93 05/09/2002 01:21 AM Philip Gladstone
  • Make put_wav_header return the number of bytes that it put.

Originally committed as revision 468 to svn://svn.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg/trunk

ec6ac5e1 05/09/2002 01:21 AM Philip Gladstone
  • Change extern inline to static inline so that it will compile without optimization

Originally committed as revision 467 to svn://svn.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg/trunk

5d6ef63f 05/09/2002 01:20 AM Philip Gladstone
  • Try and fill out some more of the RV header fields correctly

Originally committed as revision 466 to svn://svn.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg/trunk

ac5e6a5b 05/09/2002 01:19 AM Philip Gladstone
  • Add defaults to switch statements

Originally committed as revision 465 to svn://svn.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg/trunk

ddceb31d 05/09/2002 01:19 AM Philip Gladstone
  • Add a sleep when doing the post to ffserver. Yes, this is the wrong
    solution.

Originally committed as revision 464 to svn://svn.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg/trunk

28c66901 05/09/2002 01:18 AM Philip Gladstone

Intialize the codec type to video.

Originally committed as revision 463 to svn://svn.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg/trunk

20f01548 05/09/2002 01:18 AM Philip Gladstone
  • Add the gop_size to the video parameters. Also the audio framesize.
  • Copy the duration over as well, though I'm not 100% certain that that is
    still needed.

Originally committed as revision 462 to svn://svn.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg/trunk

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README


FFmpeg - (c) 2000,2001 Gerard Lantau. 1) Introduction --------------- ffmpeg is a hyper fast realtime audio/video encoder, a streaming server and a generic audio and video file converter. It can grab from a standard Video4Linux video source and convert it into several file formats based on DCT/motion compensation encoding. Sound is compressed in MPEG audio layer 2 or using an AC3 compatible stream. What makes ffmpeg interesting ? - Innovative streaming technology : multiformat, real time encoding, simple configuration. - Simple and efficient video encoder: outputs MPEG1, H263, Real Video(tm), MPEG4, DIVX and MJPEG compatible bitstreams using the same encoder core. - Real time encoding (25 fps in 352x288 on a K6 500) using the video4linux API. - Generates I and P frames, which means it is far better than a MJPEG encoder. - Hyper fast MPEG audio layer 2 compression (50 times faster than realtime on a K6 500). - Hyper fast AC3 compatible encoder. - simple and very small portable C source code, easy to understand and to modify. It be may the smallest decent MPEG encoder :-) - optional non real time higher quality encoding (different motion estimators available). - Audio and Video decoders are in development. ffmpeg is made of two programs: * ffmpeg: soft VCR which encodes in real time to several formats. It can also encode from any supported input file format to any input supported format. * ffserver: high performance live broadcast streaming server based on the ffmpeg core encoders. 2) Documentation ---------------- * Read doc/ffmpeg.txt and doc/ffserver.txt to learn the basic features. * Read doc/TODO to know what are the know bugs and missing features. * Read doc/README.dev if you want to contribute or use the codec or format libraries. 3) Licensing: ------------ * See the file COPYING. ffmpeg and the associated library are licensed under the GNU General Public License. I may change the license of libavcodec and libav to LGPL if many people ask it (and if they submit good patches!). * This code should be patent free since it is very simple. I took care to use the same video encoder/decoder core for all formats to show that they really ARE THE SAME except for the encoding huffman codes. Gerard Lantau (glantau@yahoo.fr).

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