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  doc 4b44538c about 20 years Fabrice Bellard update Originally committed as revision 145 t...
  libav 86bec9a1 over 19 years Juanjo - Fix on AVI and WAV headers based on Nikolai Z...
  libavcodec 73c8e514 over 19 years Michael Niedermayer gmc bitstream decoding support (the real motion...
  postproc 854288bb over 19 years Felix Bünemann add mangling Originally committed as revision ...
Changelog 6.53 KB 81401c1f almost 20 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 1.16 KB ef0bc4c9 over 19 years François Revol * BeOS patch by François Revol <revol@free.fr> ...
README 2.26 KB 85f07f22 over 20 years Fabrice Bellard merge Originally committed as revision 6 to s...
VERSION 5 Bytes 0fd94442 about 20 years Nick Kurshev Shared objects support Originally committed as...
bswap.h 2.14 KB afe92c63 over 20 years Nick Kurshev Fixed one lack Originally committed as revisi...
configure 5.16 KB ef0bc4c9 over 19 years François Revol * BeOS patch by François Revol <revol@free.fr> ...
ffmpeg.c 61.1 KB ef0bc4c9 over 19 years François Revol * BeOS patch by François Revol <revol@free.fr> ...
ffmpeg.dsp 4.26 KB 10445270 over 20 years Fabrice Bellard added win32 vc6 project files Originally comm...
ffmpeg.dsw 1.03 KB 10445270 over 20 years Fabrice Bellard added win32 vc6 project files Originally comm...
ffserver.c 48.8 KB f5d1f41b almost 20 years Michael Niedermayer fixing warning Originally committed as revisio...
mangle.h 456 Bytes 4bdd9157 almost 20 years Nick Kurshev Cygwin's mangling by Felix Buenemann <atmosfear...

Latest revisions

# Date Author Comment
ef0bc4c9 03/08/2002 09:09 AM François Revol
  • BeOS patch by François Revol <>
    fixing some compilation problems

Originally committed as revision 319 to svn://svn.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg/trunk

73c8e514 03/07/2002 01:27 PM Michael Niedermayer

gmc bitstream decoding support (the real motion compensation isnt implemnted yet)

Originally committed as revision 318 to svn://svn.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg/trunk

cc9ba006 03/05/2002 01:58 PM Michael Niedermayer

parsing more of the mpeg4 header & print some "not supported" stuff

Originally committed as revision 317 to svn://svn.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg/trunk

854288bb 03/03/2002 01:33 PM Felix Bünemann

add mangling

Originally committed as revision 4924 to svn://svn.mplayerhq.hu/mplayer/trunk/postproc

86bec9a1 03/01/2002 10:28 PM Juanjo

- Fix on AVI and WAV headers based on Nikolai Zhubr patch.
- Now the properties of the AVIs are correctly shown, but the MP2 audio
isn't playable, it seems the problems is that Fraunhoffer MP3 decoder
included on Windows cannot decode MP2 streams.

Originally committed as revision 316 to svn://svn.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg/trunk

f5d1f41b 02/26/2002 11:11 PM Michael Niedermayer

fixing warning

Originally committed as revision 315 to svn://svn.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg/trunk

43f1708f 02/26/2002 10:14 PM Juanjo

- Added PSNR feature to libavcodec and ffmpeg. By now just Y PSNR until I'm
sure it works ok. Also it's slow, so use it only when you really need to
measure quality.
- Fix libavcodec Makefile to enable profiling.

Originally committed as revision 314 to svn://svn.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg/trunk

2b9ab1d5 02/22/2002 07:19 PM Michael Niedermayer

fixing msmpeg4 decoding if fps < 16 (i thought it was a indicator for the ext header, its the fps indeed)

Originally committed as revision 313 to svn://svn.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg/trunk

81b7c056 02/22/2002 03:24 PM Michael Niedermayer

use assert.h
more assertions

Originally committed as revision 4807 to svn://svn.mplayerhq.hu/mplayer/trunk/postproc

e7774f11 02/22/2002 03:35 AM Juanjo

- Bug fix on RTYPE (rounding type) not being honoured by H.263+ decoder.

Originally committed as revision 312 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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