[FFmpeg-devel] GSoC 2009: FFmpeg is in
Fri Mar 20 22:14:39 CET 2009
Ronald S. Bultje wrote:
>> After this first step, I believe that there are some bugs to fix (RTCP
>> RR) and features to improve (better recovery after lost packets, handling
>> of packets arriving in the wrong order, etc...)
> I like all of these. As Luca Barbato said, we should add a list of all
> of these "specific tasks" to the wiki small tasks page.
I agree; I'll try to fill something in the wiki soon.
> If the SoC
> doesn't choose our RT(S)P-project, I'll go through them one-by-one,
> and hopefully so will you. :-).
Of course I'll try to work on this myself... The problem is to find some
time ;-) I keep saying that in few weeks I should have more spare time,
and every week my todo list get longer. Anyway something changed and I
hope I'll really have more time to work on these things.
> Maybe one of my biggest issues is that I don't really know what
> feature requests are unimplemented. Hell, I don't even know half of
> the payloads in gst/live555/nemesi, but we should try to port them
> anyway. Keeping notes, having sample streams for each of them etc.
Yes, test streams are a problem here... Hence I think we should start
from the most popular streams. Such as youtube mobile (support for it is
periodically asked)... H.263 support is almost there, but I do not know
how difficult AMR support can be (never looked at it).
> would be a great help. Since we have ffserver and feng and are
> hopefully familiar with their codebase (a bit?), we can try to setup a
> testcase/-environment for each of these bugs/features, e.g. one where
> packets arrive in the wrong order and create a task to "fix playback
> of this stream".
This would be a good idea. Some time ago, I tried something similar for
writing rtpenc regression tests (but I never had them working and this
is just another item on my todo list ;-)
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