[vlc-devel] what's different between vlc-1.2 twoflower and vlc-1.3 rincewind

zhu shi song zhushisongzhu at yahoo.com
Sat Jan 7 04:23:22 CET 2012

I have one project following VLC-1.1.x.   I found at least two problems in VLC 1.1.x.
1、It can't handle timecodes of WMV video correctly.  When I drag time progress bar to 9s, it always starts playing from 0s.  When I drag time progress bar to 15s, it always starts playing from 10s   I test the video using ffplay,  it has the same problem.  Maybe it's the problem in ffmpeg.   I have tested using VLC 1.2 and VLC 1.3.0-git,  they all have the same problem.
2、VLC-1.1.x can read out  the total length (in seconds) of TS MPEG2 video.  But playing is OK.  I test it using VLC-1.3.0-git, the new version has solved the problem.
So I have two questions:
1、Will VLC-1.1.x continue to solve the bugs such as aboving lists?
2、What's the difference between VLC-1.2(twoflower) and VLC-1.3(rincewind)?  If I want to upgrage VLC-1.1.x to new version, which version should I choose?
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