[FFmpeg-devel] Experimental MSVC port

Michael Niedermayer michaelni
Wed Apr 9 02:36:19 CEST 2008

On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 09:49:49PM +0000, Ramiro Polla wrote:
> Mike Melanson <mike <at> multimedia.cx> writes:
> > Ramiro Polla wrote:
> > > Great, you've ruined what I had been planning to do for SOC this summer =)
> > If it makes you feel any better, I don't think anyone is seriously
> > planning to mentor such an effort.
> Right, it was a *very* long shot... But I would have loved to give it a try.
> Now, about the SoC projects... Which ones have already been taken?
> How many people are qualified, and how is it decided who gets what
> project? Do we know already how many slots there are?
> I've been away for the past few days and haven't read up on what's being
> decided for SoC.
> I'm interested in (this order):
> - MXF muxer;
> - Apple Lossless encoder;
> - MPEG-4 ALS audio encoder;
> - Nellymoser encoder.
> I prefer writing muxers over codecs, specially because I'm not that good at
> Math. But I might incentivate me enough to actually learn that damned mdct
> and finish g.722.1...

Come on, you are one of our more qualified students, you can do more than
writing a (de)muxer. Also we have another student whos only application is
the swscaler. ...

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Old school: Use the lowest level language in which you can solve the problem
New school: Use the highest level language in which the latest supercomputer
            can solve the problem without the user falling asleep waiting.
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