[FFmpeg-cvslog] [ffmpeg.org]: r390 - trunk/src/index

compn tempn
Sat Sep 26 02:16:09 CEST 2009

On Fri, 25 Sep 2009 20:36:46 +0200, Alexander Strasser wrote:
>diego wrote:
>> Author: diego
>> Date: Thu Sep 24 15:51:36 2009
>> New Revision: 390
>> Log:
>> Reword WMA Pro section.
>> Modified:
>>    trunk/src/index
>> Modified: trunk/src/index
>> ==============================================================================
>> --- trunk/src/index	Thu Sep 24 11:18:20 2009	(r389)
>> +++ trunk/src/index	Thu Sep 24 15:51:36 2009	(r390)
>> @@ -48,9 +48,13 @@
>>   Minidisc project</a> and official hardware (MZ-RH1). So if you have lots of digital
>>  recordings stored on Minidisc now is the time to archive it all.
>>  </p>
>> +
>>  <p>
>> -WMAPro support is finally here, a big thanks to all who made this possible.
>> -It was really a herculean effort.
>> +One of the last entrenchments of proprietary multimedia has fallen: Windows Media
>> +Audio Pro support is finally available in FFmpeg. It decodes all known samples
>> +flawlessly and is considerably faster than the binary decoder from Microsoft.
>> +A big thank you goes out to all the reverse engineers and programmers who made
>> +this possible. It really was a herculean effort.
>>  </p>
>  I don't know if this is at all the right approach. I mean if things
>are written in news entries and got online, they shouldn't be changed

i dont see a problem with it.

>  I think visitors associate them with a message posted at a specific
>time by a specific group/person. So changing them afterwards doesn't
>feel good to me. Instead of modifying the existing messages, posting

the ffmpeg news entries arent attributed (aside from -cvslog) so i dont
see that either.

just my 2cents


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