[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH] Possible fix for h.264 HDDVD playback
Fri Jan 18 12:54:31 CET 2008
Il Friday 18 January 2008 12:45:19 madshi ha scritto:
> From a technical point of view it is kind of ugly. However, it
> does have some
> nice usability effects: There's only one audio track to choose for
> every language.
> Blu-Ray players which can decode TrueHD automatically decode TrueHD
> for HDMI output and ignore the AC3 frames, while they can use the
> AC3 frames for SPDIF output. Players which cannot handle TrueHD
> make use of the AC3 frames in the track while ignoring the TrueHD
> packets. This is comfortable for
> the end user.
the remote control is confortable for the end user
(even considering how quickly the quality of RCs
> If there were two separate tracks, the end user would
> have to decide which track to use and maybe even think about which
> track is better for the transport (SPDIF vs analog vs HDMI). And
> you can bet on that many end users don't have a clue what the
> difference is between TrueHD and AC3. So having both TrueHD and AC3
> in one track hides the dirty details from the end user while still
> giving him the best possible quality he can possible get
> with his hardware and connection.
or the player could decide the default output on its own accord
or based on the connected plug.
In any case there's no excuse to butcher a stream when the player
can work equally well on individual streams.
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