[Ffmpeg-devel] Port MPlayer's vf to FFMpeg (was [PATCH] enable libswscale)
Thu Sep 14 16:18:33 CEST 2006
On Thu, Sep 14, 2006 at 02:06:32PM +0200, V?ctor Paesa wrote:
> I took the liberty to start a new thread.
> >>> > btw, you seem to be interrested in video filtering stuff, maybe you
> >>> would
> >>> > want to add mplayer/libmpcodecs support to ffmpeg? :)
> >>> > yes iam searching for a volunteer to do that ...
> >>> >
> >>> Yes, I'm interested, it's my hobby.
> >>> You mean support for libmpcodecs/vf_*.c files, right?
> >> yes exactly
> >>> So the work should be
> >>> 1) read the DOCS/tech/libmpcodecs.txt,
> >>> 2) add the new vf.h API to ffmpeg.c,
> >>> 3) port the vf.c file,
> >>> 4) and use the vf_*.c files as they are (or minimally modified).
> >>> Have I understood the task correctly?
> >> well, my idea was to change the vfilter realated files from libmpcodecs
> >> they can be compiled as an independant lib to which then mplayer and
> >> ffmpeg
> >> could link, ripping all the vf* out and dropping them (with
> >> in ffmpeg would be less optimal as someone would have to maintain,
> >> ...
> >> this libmpcodecs fork for "eternity"
> > Why? MPlayer could use it from FFmpeg then, couldn't it?
iam against moving libmpcodecs into ffmpeg svn
> Really I meant to use vf_*.c files right where they are, svn seems to import
> well from external repositories, and MPlayer's is not too far away ...
yes, just dont forget that svn doest support external files, just external
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