[FFmpeg-cvslog] [ffmpeg.org]: r128 - trunk/src/index
Mon Nov 12 00:53:33 CET 2007
Carl Eugen Hoyos wrote:
> Hi Diego!
> Diego Biurrun wrote:
>>> -<strong>(November 11, 2007)</strong> FFmpeg now supports XIntra8 frames, meaning that WMV2 and WMV3 samples that showed artifacts can be decoded correctly.
>>> +<strong>(November 11, 2007)</strong> FFmpeg now supports XIntra8 frames,
>>> +meaning that some WMV2 and WMV3 samples that showed blocky colour artifacts
>>> +can be decoded correctly.
>> This still misses the point. AFAICT *all* WMV2 samples can be
>> decoded now.
>> OTOH there are many WMV3 samples that cannot be decoded. Just a
>> few of these can be decoded correctly now.
> I believe what I wrote doesn't contradict what you (probably
> correctly) write.
> Please improve the text if you can think of a better explanation,
> thank you, Carl Eugen
Just moving the word "some" forward by two positions - "WMV2 and some
WMV3", et cetera - would reduce or eliminate the potential for ambigity,
be grammatical, and flow well, all with minimal change.
(While I'm writing: is there some reason why the last post I made to
this list, roughly two days ago, still has not appeared?)
Warning: Simply because I argue an issue does not mean I agree with any
side of it.
Secrecy is the beginning of tyranny.
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