[matroska-devel] Re: [UCI-Devel] Re: Converting Subtitles
cookieman_k at yahoo.com
Wed Jan 22 17:00:48 CET 2003
I don't know about DShow, but an application using UCI
as the interface to codecs and filters could stack up
the decoding of video with the subtitle filter any
It could stack up any (reasonable) number of such
filters on one another, as long as one's input is
compatible with other's output. At least this is not
limited in the UCI code right now, as I see it.
Like VDub does it. :)
There is no reason to develop an entirely new
interface for filters and one for codecs in UCI. Maybe
this would eliminate the hasle with DShow... if UCI
would move a little faster to completion :|
What are your thoughts on this Alex?
--- Steve Lhomme <steve.lhomme at free.fr> wrote:
> En réponse à John Cannon <spyder482 at yahoo.com>:
> > > Is there any DirectShow filter for existing
> subtitle formats ?
> > Because
> > from what
> > > I understand of DS (from Blacksun explanations)
> it's not that easy to
> > put
> > > anything over a video in DirectShow (except with
> the new DirectX 9).
> > So
> > such a
> > > filter(s) would be complex. That's why it's
> usually handled
> > separately, in
> > the
> > > player.
> > Well, right now i think the OggDS sub filter
> handles it's version of
> > Subrip
> > subtitles. Other than that there is VobSub but it
> only does it's own
> > format IIRC.
> OK, my question was just about DirectShow. So that
> means it's possible to handle
> subtitles internally to DirectShow.
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