Flash Vorbis

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On this page are demonstrations using FOggPlayer which implements a Flash Vorbis Player (written in HaXe).

Tim Starling

April 27, 2009, #Mediawiki

TimStarling : Arek Korbik
TimStarling : credited fluendo incorrectly [1]
TimStarling : jorbis was by JCraft
TimStarling : I'd rather not have to maintain another media player
TimStarling : we're having enough trouble with cortado
TimStarling : I think we'd be better off making cortado and java better, and encouraging people to install it
Dispenser   : What's the work like to become a maintainer of something like that?
TimStarling : it's the wrong solution
Dispenser   : I guess the right solution is for the browser to implement it?
TimStarling : no, the right solution is to transcode into a format that the browser supports natively
TimStarling : we could transcode to WMA and embed windows media player
TimStarling : ffmpeg supports it
Dispenser   : But that would require licensing patent, right?
TimStarling : theoretically
TimStarling : http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/licensing/LicensingAVServices.aspx
TimStarling : seems to be free
TimStarling : no license fees or royalties for online content providers


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