[FFmpeg-devel] [RFC] additinal desc_type for dtshd mpeg-ts demuxer
Mon Jun 9 13:13:56 CEST 2008
M?ns Rullg?rd schrieb:
> That depends. You have to give them $UINT_MAX, your
> soul, and your first-born son to see it.
> Wikipedia is not an authoritative source for information on
> *anything*, least of all format standards.
Ok, so what is your definition of a "standard"?
Do you really want to claim that Blu-Ray is not a standard?
> Do you have a copy of this specification?
Ehm... I have to decline to comment on this.
> > Users of my "eac3to" Blu-Ray and HD DVD handling tool
> > already did come to me with samples of such streams.
> Then tell them to go home. Or to the firing squad.
I understand your point of view. I just happen to see things
differently. If there's a TS file with a 0x80 track in it with the
"HDMV" registration descriptor then it's very clear that this is
a Blu-Ray style PCM track. I find it kind of stubborn to refuse
to handle such a track just because a Blu-Ray track doesn't
belong into a TS file in theory.
Yes, yes, I see that there are arguments for refusing to support
non-standard stuff. But still I prefer to simply make things
work instead of bickering about not following the standards
to the last letter.
We have different philosophies, obviously...
> Now I'm off to buy some more shells for my shotgun...
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