andreas at lonelycoder.com
Mon Feb 21 22:57:31 CET 2011
On Mon, Feb 21, 2011 at 9:30 PM, Steve Lhomme <slhomme at matroska.org> wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 21, 2011 at 9:16 PM, Andreas Öman <andreas at lonelycoder.com>
> > These are the options as I see them:
> > a) Store payload exactly as-is and include 4 bytes of data in
> > If multiple subtitle tracks sources data from same MPEG TS PID all the
> > will be duplicated.
> > b) Use MKV's features to share packets between two tracks. Keep 4 bytes
> > CodecPrivate to let
> > codecs distinguish between the data
> > c) Split and filter pages and only include those applicable for the
> > Store nothing in CodecPrivate.
> > If multiple subtitle tracks sources data from same MPEG TS PID the common
> > pages will be duplicated.
> > Perhaps there are other options as well?
> d) Not store the 4 bytes at all. They are not needed for rendering or
> anything else than reconstructing the original stream *exactly* like
> it used to be. The IDs have no use at all. And the lanugage is already
> stored in Matroska elsewhere.
This sounds like option c) to me.
> Steve Lhomme
> Matroska association Chairman
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