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Theora Playback Library 1.0 RC1

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Hi everyone, I'd like to divert your attention to the newly released 1.0 RC1 of the open-source 'Theora Playback Library': http://libtheoraplayer.sf.net It's a library that gives you smooth and fast video playback ability featuring audio output and precise seeking with just a few function calls. Check out the wiki for documentation and give the sdk a try, a few demos are included to wet your appetite ;) If you're interested in using the library, feel free to ask any questions on the project's forum;

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there is a demo: a/v player that shows this, basically I use the PCM offset indicator which in turn gives me the exact time position of the playing audio to determine which frame should be displayed when. works like a charm!

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Original post by BlackShark33
Does anybody have a working example of this working?

maybe the A/V Demo source code? Can't find much documentation on it.


There are 5 demos, and their source code can be found in the SVN trunk ;)
Also, there is a doxygen online API reference here: http://libtheoraplayer.sourceforge.net/api/html/index.html

Glad you like it, the project is starting to develop a community, that's nice to see :) if you need a feature or spot a bug, I'd gladly implement it!

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its because of this library that I can implement cutscenes in my game.

Its hard to fully comprehend how cool that is.
now i just need to figure out how to make cutscenes :D

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So, anyone here using the library? It has since been upgraded and some major bugs were fixed :)

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