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Welcome in the 'Container Formats' Section !

Hi there,

here is your very personal container coach welcoming you  ... keep the questions coming, i hope we find an answer for all of them  ...


Welcome in the 'Container Formats' Section !

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Contribute to [URL=http://matroska.org][b][i]matroska[/i][/b][/URL] , the new extensible opensource audio/video container format based on [URL=http://ebml.sf.net][b]EBML[/b][/URL], and [URL=http://uci.sf.net][b]UCI[/b][/URL], the new Universal Codec API; CVS is on [b][i]matroska[/b][/i] [URL=http://corecodec.org/projects/matroska]project page[/URL], Forum is hosted by [b]Corecodec : the concentric circles of audio and video .... [/b]on [URL=http://www.corecodec.com/index.php]http://www.corecodec.com/index.php[/URL] and [URL=http://corecodec.org]http://corecodec.org[/URL]


Off-topic, but this sig looks hideous. Try removing all code.
http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....indpost&p=76896
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Welcome in the 'Container Formats' Section !

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Hi there,

here is your very personal container coach welcoming you  ... keep the questions coming, i hope we find an answer for all of them  ...

Christian, is it okay to ask a quick question? As you're posting everywhere these days wouldn't it make sense to maybe make this, or your own site, the primary source of matroska information?

I ask this because you seem to post everywhere and it's hard to know where is your primary focus for dev and user queries on matroska.

Welcome in the 'Container Formats' Section !

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I've got one:

Is there a good tutorial that explains how Matroska, Ogg and MP4 work (or perhaps their differences)?  Or maybe pictures similar to TCP and IP? Basically, I have hard time understanding the differences between those formats aside from the name, and I could use some clarification in this area (and I'm sure others could as well).

 
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