[vlc-devel] Re: Navigation to VCD via vcdinfo/libcdio
sigmunau at stud.ntnu.no
Fri Aug 22 08:15:56 CEST 2003
Your work did include a cd audio reader as well? How is this performance
comared to the current cdda module? Currently playing cdda on my system
takes about 10-15% cpu, while playing i.e. dvd takes about 6%.
And how about autodetection? The current system have some difficulities with
autodetecting whether the current disc is audio cd, vcd or something
completly different. cd's with data on the first track and audio on the
others starts playing the data and makes a lot of noice. Do you fix these
problems as well?
On Thu, Aug 21, 2003 at 11:39:30PM -0400, R. Bernstein wrote:
> I am finishing the next step in towards a more complete VCD plugin.
> In parallel with that I've made some long-standing desireable changes
> to the underlying vcdimager and libcdio libraries. As a result I'm
> planning a release of everything perhaps in the timeframe of a week or
> In the vlc plugin, in addition to some navigation code, I've finally
> mastered vlc's configuration system well enough to have both the old
> and new cdda and vcd plugins co-exist.
> The question is whether I should release a patch and tarball off of
> vlc release 0.6.2 or the existing CVS version.
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