[FFmpeg-devel] GSoC 2009
The Deep Explorer
Tue Mar 17 18:01:39 CET 2009
On Tue, Mar 17, 2009 at 4:30 AM, Diego Biurrun <diego at biurrun.de> wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 17, 2009 at 09:45:03AM +0100, Benjamin Larsson wrote:
>> Mike Melanson wrote:
>> > Kostya wrote:
>> >> Well, looks like data format is almost the same except those weird palette
>> >> modes. So it mostly about enhancing decoder unless we decide we need that
>> >> hybrid mode (in which case writing palettizer would be a good qualification
>> >> task).
>> > This sounds like a matter between Benjamin (who proposed the task) and
>> > Michael (the ueber-mentor).
>> This task should about 1-2 months of work for someone who never ever
>> worked with FFmpeg before. So I consider this as valid task and I'm
>> quite sure that whoever gets the task will complete it in time -> good
>> SoC project.
> I'd like to second the notion that SoC projects should maybe be reduced
> in size somewhat. ?If we look at the experience from past years, most
> projects do not get finished in time.
Thanks Mike for the pointer ..I have downloaded the document and went
through the Screen Video V2 Bitstream format Section. To summarize :
a) Screen video under SWF7 meant for capturing computer screens in action.
b) It talks about the block and image height width
c) The pixel compression is done using ZLIB open standard and
d) The video is supported using the SWF or FLV file format.
Do I need to look into the ZLIB /SWF/FLV file formats ?
Please tell me how do I get an overall big picture so as to understand
the thing, the project objectives
and make a good SoC application.
As recommended , I am chosing the 16-bit VQA Video Decoder as my
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