[FFmpeg-devel] higher-level libs?
Mon Oct 29 15:10:19 CET 2007
Well, it does do more then that. It can be as simple as:
dec = new Decoder()
enc = new Encoder()
trans = new Transcoder(dec, enc)
Take a look at the Decoder.h from fobs, it's really high level stuff.
Since it is C++ it shouldn't be hard to use SWIG to create wrappers
for whatever language you want. Believe me when I say that I've tried
finding higher lever libs for ffmpeg, and Fobs is about as good as it
gets. And if it doesn't do something you want, the code is very easy
to read, and modifying it shouldn't be hard at all.
On 10/28/07, Reimar D?ffinger <Reimar.Doeffinger at stud.uni-karlsruhe.de> wrote:
> On Sun, Oct 28, 2007 at 01:16:25AM -0500, Timothy Baldridge wrote:
> > I'd look at fobs. http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/fobs. Grab the
> > fobs-src CVS and give it a whirl. I've been using it for a project of
> > mine for some time. It wraps FFMPeg up into C++ classes, and does a
> > good job at it too. Infact in the next few weeks I hope to do some
> > coding for the Fobs project myself.
> If all it does is wrapping it into classes I don't really see how that
> should help much (except maybe for those who only learned object oriented
> programming languages but never object oriented programming).
> If it does more than that your description (and that on the homepage)
> only lists the least relevant features, and it is also unfortunate that
> it is Java/C++ only.
> Reimar D?ffinger
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