[vlc-devel] Client technology for the development of a generalized self-learning valuation and classification system

Jean-Baptiste Kempf jb at videolan.org
Fri Jan 30 13:06:47 CET 2009


On Fri, Jan 30, 2009 at 12:12:17PM +0100, contact wrote :
> The topic is a generalized self-learning valuation and classification system. As content I use audio files (mp3). For the client prototypes I used C# with WMPLib. 
> But this was not a final decision about technology. The performance of the WMPLib is the main deficit especially under Vista - contrary to VLC.
> Introducing my ideas to an interested prof yesterday the time for a final decision about technology has come. 
> I would like to use the following:
> Qt for Windows: C++ (Qt 4.4.3)
> Eclipse IDE for C/C++ on Windows (3.4.0)
> Qt Eclipse Integration for C++ (1.4.3)
> and as "playing component" VLC Media Player (LibVLC)
> I've worked with none of these yet so I'm asking for comments. 

Well, Qt is a very very good technology, and libVLC should be pretty
usable now.

But, did you know that on VLC forum, some pretty good .Net wrapper
exists, and you can find some .Net players based on VLC on the net.
Just to tell you in case, you could reuse some part of your work.

Best Regards,

Jean-Baptiste Kempf

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