[vlc-devel] Re: todo additions
hartman at videolan.org
Thu Nov 11 13:14:39 CET 2004
On 11 nov 2004, at 11:17, Dennis van Amerongen wrote:
> I've run into some things (bugs, todo's, wishlist) that I think
> would greatly enhance the VLC media player when implemented/fixed.
> Some issues are already in progress but just in case some of them
> would go unnoticed I thought I'd sum them up anyway so it could
> perhaps make it into an official TODO list...
> - Gray out "reset to defaults" for audio equalizer when disabled
> - Once audio equalizer is disabled, it doesn't enable the first
> try when you select from main menu. It only works a 2nd change
> (enable flag not properly set?).
> - Ability to use cropping options for live feeds
What do you mean exactly? On the fly client selection of crop filters
This requires conversion of the crop filter to a picture filter first i
AND possibly OTF en-/disabling of these filters?
> - Wxwidgets improvement: Bigger slider in main menu. Accurate sliding
> (not 5% interval) which also calculates/shows time as you slide.
> - Up/down arrows (i.e. preferences, input, server port) work reversed
> under wxwindows.
> - Implement extvlcopt also for .sdp files
i'll look at this at some time...
> - Embedded player (ActiveX) support in IE
Mmm, where are those windows developers we so desperatly seek? :)
> - Improve WMV3 multibitrate detection: It seems to only select the
> lowest combination of streams (the first stream [0x1] doesn't
> appear in the header?)
> - Improve WMV3 rtsp support for livestreaming from Windows Media
> servers. Windows SDP says npt=5.0000-5.0000 which causes a
> 5 sec. loop
This is an issue that requires heavy 'hacking' i'm afraid. Basically
the SDP is just completly invalid, i'm not sure if this can be
circumvented anytime soon.
> - Audio starvation/sampling optimization for live streaming
> - Automatic deinterlacing for interlaced MPEG2 material
> - More info detection (bitrate etc.) for livestreaming
Derk-Jan Hartman (d.hartman at student.utwente dot nl)
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