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Re: Mirillis proprietary audio and video codecs

Thu Sep 16, 2010 7:01 am

+1 FLAC, xvid, divx.
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Thu Sep 16, 2010 2:18 pm

FLAC & Ogg are already supported...
For xvid/dvix splash is using system decoders.
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Re: Mirillis proprietary audio and video codecs

Thu Sep 16, 2010 2:51 pm

vivan wrote:FLAC & Ogg are already supported...
For xvid/dvix splash is using system decoders.
You're right. I see now: m2ts, mts, m2t, mpg, ts, trp, mp4, m4v, m4a, mov, avi, vob, mkx, divx, asf, wmv, mp3, mp2, aac, ogg, flac.
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Re: Mirillis proprietary audio and video codecs

Thu Sep 30, 2010 12:48 pm

Forget about.allowing your codecs on other programs...put them on silicon ! How about a hardware unit with your codecs, a usb2 port, hdmi and a remote ! Even better, hdmi in, video is smoothed then out through hdmi to the display. Maybe license the codecs on silicon to a vp manufacturer like anchor bay ?

Someone at mirillis please look at this link

http://blog.ultimateavmag.com/ces2007/0 ... idianProc/

The dvp 6080 never came out but surely there is a market for "better than internal display" motion as there currently is for deinterlacing. I honestly can't work out what the external video processor manufacturers are waiting for ? Thank goodness for splash pro providing a software solution.

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Re: Mirillis proprietary audio and video codecs

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Gunhed wrote:I honestly can't work out what the external video processor manufacturers are waiting for ? Thank goodness for splash pro providing a software solution.
You wouldn't believe...
It's already integrated in lot of modern TV (Digital Natural Motion (Philips), Motionflow (Sony) etc.)...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Motion_interpolation#HDTV
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Re: Mirillis proprietary audio and video codecs

Fri Oct 01, 2010 8:50 pm

Enable arabic subtitles please for Arabic viewers and customers ;)

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Re: Mirillis proprietary audio and video codecs

Sat Nov 20, 2010 3:12 pm

How about adding support for FLV? the VP* codecs (vp6, vp7, etc...).

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Sat Nov 27, 2010 8:41 am

Dear Team Mirillis,

Is there any chance of support for the Enhanced VOB container as used by HDDVD ?

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Re: Mirillis proprietary audio and video codecs

Sat Apr 02, 2011 8:07 am

Whats the difference between codec and media file format? i'm quite confused, is it like an .avi file is encoded in different formats? meaning, two .avi files with different codec requirements wont play in a system that support only 1 type of the 2 codecs? or is a media file format encoded in only one type of codec?

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Re: Mirillis proprietary audio and video codecs

Sun Apr 10, 2011 9:38 pm

ala1402 wrote:Enable arabic subtitles please for Arabic viewers and customers ;)
This will be added in the next Splash PRO version (1.7.1 or 1.8.0).

insect000 wrote:How about adding support for FLV? the VP* codecs (vp6, vp7, etc...).
We plan to add this but not in this Splash PRO version.
It requires additional licensing and patent fees and will not be added to current PRO version.
Gunhed wrote:Dear Team Mirillis,
Is there any chance of support for the Enhanced VOB container as used by HDDVD ?
We have this included in our long term plans but as this is not widely used I do not expect it to be supported soon.
suzaane wrote:Whats the difference between codec and media file format? i'm quite confused, is it like an .avi file is encoded in different formats? meaning, two .avi files with different codec requirements wont play in a system that support only 1 type of the 2 codecs? or is a media file format encoded in only one type of codec?
Yes two AVI files may contain a video in different formats (In example H.264, DV, Motion JPEG etc).
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