Archive for the tag "ffmpeg"
The new release of the Chromium sources gives us version 64 of Google’s browser. I have created Slackware packages for you, but that was not entirely trivial. The Chromium compilation on my 32bit Slackware OS kept failing on the embedded ffmpeg. I am afraid the fact that some of the bigger distros are dropping 32bit […]
The ffmpeg developers and their libav antipodes are engaged in a healthy battle. Ever since there was a fall-out and the ffmpeg developer community split in two (forking ffmpeg into “libav”), ffmpeg itself has seen many releases which tend to incorporate the good stuff from the other team as well as their own advancements. Last […]
So I bought myself a nice Android phone in april. It’s a HTC Desire, a real “tweakers’ phone”. It runs Android 2.1 – and before the end of the year, HTC should have an update to Android 2.2 available. It is an impressive piece of work, and when I compare it to the iPhone or […]
Today, the ffmpeg developers have completed the integration of the Google-sponsored VP8 codec and associated new WebM video container format. The WebM video container format as well as VP8 decoding were added a little while ago, and the last part – VP8 video encoding – has entered the repository now. External patches are no longer […]
The VLC packages which I created to accompany the release of Slackware 13.1 support the playback of WebM video, the Google-sponsored new free video format. What the VLC graphical interface can not yet do, is allow you to encode WebM video. Lucky for us, VLC has a command-line interface as well, with a humongous amount […]