Monthly Archives: January 2005

Toothfairies Today, the toothfairy came by to tell me something really cool is happening!

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Who wants to join Several people have bugged me about a blog that I did earlier, about helping new people to get into GStreamer programming. I’ve been rather unhelpful so far ( ), but today, I’ve finnaly setup a few … Continue reading

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Doing stuff As days move by, you slowly see cool new things happening. Fluendo now has a couch in their office. I just have to try that out sometime soon. I got AMR (the sound format of .3gp movies, which … Continue reading

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Metadata and deprecation Today’s CVS of Cupid has tag support. Currently works for Ogg and AVI, but I’ll add it to other formats as I see fit later on, if the format supports it, that is. Should release 0.0.2 sometime … Continue reading

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EU horrors Remember how last month, EU patents were not accepted after Poland did a great job? FFII reported on it, as did others. Apparently, our agriculture politicians are very hard-headed people, because they’ve decided to try again. Yes, boys’n’girls, … Continue reading

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Cupid I did some work on my video capture tool Cupid yesterday and today. I fixed some stability issues, crashers, added some sanity checks and I added a bunch of new features, amongst which: snapshot support (and since it has … Continue reading

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uraeus, to answer your question on the medical sector: there would be no such sector without patents. Medical research for a single drug can take up to many billions of dollars (or euros), with the end product being one single … Continue reading

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New toys require new toys I got a new laptop yesterday, woohoo and thanks Fluendo. Obviously, this means that I need to get a copy of World of Warcraft or I´d be spoiling CPU cycles on idle() instead. Somehow, it … Continue reading

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Subtitles Current CVS of GStreamer, plugins and Totem features subtitle and stream selection support. Go get it today. With many thanks, Felix has arranged RPMs for Fedora Core 3 once again (update: Felix also made a note on this himself): … Continue reading

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Select As you can see in this screenshot (clickertyclick), we now support language selection. The same method seems to work for selecting subtitles, too. In the screenshot, I’m swapping between an AC-3 and a LPCM soundtrack on a DVD. Note … Continue reading

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