[Matroska-devel] broken libebml/libmatroska
steve.lhomme at free.fr
Sun Nov 16 10:37:38 CET 2003
Moritz Bunkus wrote:
>>OK, I'll hunt that tomorrow.
>>Is it hard to compile mkvinfo on Windows ? Where do I get it (I mean, is
>>it only available through SVN) ?
> Yes, it's pretty hard because you need a couple of libs (Vorbis, Ogg,
> zlib), and all that depends on mingw with a cygwin development
> So it's probably easier to produce any Matroska file and then write you
> own test case. Just call Read(...) on a KaxCluster and iterate through
> its children. The timecodes that you get should be broken, the number of
> frames as well. Extending test8.cpp for this should be easy enough.
This is now fixed in CVS. It was a problem with the KaxBlock reading.
The scope was not used correctly.
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