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  • PatchWorKs
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Vorbis and SSRC
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Due to the open source nature of Vorbis, SSRC (that is open sourced too) can be integrate into it, so is (in a political view) the unique codec that can benefit from its code... 
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  • maikmerten
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Vorbis and SSRC
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Due to the open source nature of Vorbis, SSRC (that is open sourced too) can be integrate into it, so is (in a political view) the unique codec that can benefit from its code... 
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I think it is possible to write a frontend doing resampling with SSRC and then passing it to the encoder for any codec...

  • elmar3rd
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Due to the open source nature of Vorbis, SSRC (that is open sourced too) can be integrate into it, so is (in a political view) the unique codec that can benefit from its code... 
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That's what I tried to express above.

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Due to the open source nature of Vorbis, SSRC (that is open sourced too) can be integrate into it, so is (in a political view) the unique codec that can benefit from its code... rolleyes.gif


wtf are you on about, and wtf does this have to do with the topic and previous posts?

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Vorbis and SSRC
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Actually using SSRC would affect Vorbis since Vorbis has the (free-er) BSD license, and the combo would be downgraded to LGPL (or GPL, don't remember what SSRC is).

FAAC could use SSRC as well.

Basically the original post makes no sense whatsover.