[Matroska-general] [Fwd: License question]

Steve Lhomme steve.lhomme at free.fr
Wed Jan 25 00:10:27 CET 2006

Hi Alfredo,

libmatroska & libebml are both under LGPL (the license is included in 
the source). Haali's Media Splitter is not open source, but the Matroska 
parser is available in source format. But I don't know the exact 
license, I think it's BSD or MIT.

Bon amusement.

Christian HJ Wiesner wrote:
> Interesting ....
> -------- Original-Nachricht --------
> Betreff:     License question
> Datum:     Tue, 24 Jan 2006 20:20:01 +0100
> Von:     Alfredo Moreira <alfredo.moreira at neolinks.com>
> An:     chris at matroska.org
> Hello chris,
> we are small french company (only 3 employes), and we would like to use 
> the matroska container
> for saving video and audio conference on Hard-Drives.
> The matroska site is not very clear about whitch License applies to 
> mastroska libs or pack..
> Are the Mastroska libs under GPL/QPL or LGPL?
> Is the directshow Haali Media Splitter under the same license?
> We could not find any explicit answer when installing the Light and Full 
> pack (both of them don't ask you for any license agreement, may be 
> someone forgot to put one), and the French and English site don't say 
> the same thing. The French site args that it's under GPL/QPL and the 
> English one say that it's LGPL.
> We would like to know whitch one we have to put when distributing Haali 
> Media Splitter and Matroska
> Libraries.
> hope you could give us an answer, and sorry for my poor english.
> Alfredo
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