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who can know ogg files\'s usage?

hi all
the directory of ogg cvs make me puzzled!

if i want to know of it more detail, which of those will be needed?

i hope to read the source code of the ogg encoder.


thanks.

who can know ogg files\'s usage?

Reply #1
If you want the CVS modules for OggVorbis to produce oggenc and oggdrop(although that doesn't work correctly at the moment), you need the CVS modules: ogg, vorbis, vorbis-tools and win32-tools.

john33

who can know ogg files\'s usage?

Reply #2
hi

i donot know why ogg make so many directories which puzzled me!

could you tell about function of these directories?
how i can debug them with Microsoft VC6.0?

headache!

thanks.

 

who can know ogg files\'s usage?

Reply #3
The reason for the numbers of directories is, I believe, related to the fact that OggVorbis covers a multitude of AV possibilities and a lot of the code is common to the different modules. Oggenc and Oggdrop are just a small part of the whole thing. If you look at the main site you will see explanations of the various components.

I don't use MSVC so I can't help you there, I'm afraid.

john33

 
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