Update Ogg Vorbis / Ogg Theora?
John Richard Moser
nigelenki at comcast.net
Sat Mar 26 10:39:35 CST 2005
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I'm after getting the better psychoaccoustics I was told would be in
Vorbis 1.1, because I want to re-encode my CD collection at a slightly
higher quality, perhaps 3 instead of 2. I would like to do this with
the very best in psychoaccoustics, so I've been holding off for 1.1.
Timo Jyrinki wrote:
> Would there still be time to update libvorbis0/libtheora0 libraries? The
> Debian maintainer for those packages has been a bit slow, so those
> weren't included in Debian until now even though libvorbis 1.1.0 was
> released in September and libtheora 1.0alpha4 in December.
> Vorbis has some fixes and some quality enhancements. Theora update
> includes important bug fixes. In addition, there would now be the
> possibility to integrate a start for more (libre) multimedia
> functionality in Ubuntu by integrating, in addition to the Debian
> 1.1.0-1.diff, the patch at
> http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=294457 (seek for
> "theora-2ndtry"), which adds libtheora-bin package with the example
> encoder binary, which is needed as a start if anyone wants to encode Ogg
> Theora / Ogg Vorbis videos.
> I tested and made the Theora packages available at my homepage:
> Tell me what you think. Even these updates don't actually make any Ogg
> videos to play smoothly in Ubuntu (=Totem), apparently because of
> GStreamer. At least for me, any Ogg video I try to play results in
> choppy playback (ie. fps lower than it should be, and little pauses
> everywhere, even hangs). For that, it's too late do anything but at
> least the libraries could be up-to-date.
> The playback would be fixed by using totem-xine by default, but I guess
> that's not an option as GStreamer is more integrated to Gnome? Even
> though it still doesn't work properly. Please correct me if someone
> actually has a working playback with totem-gstreamer.
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