[Matroska-users] Matroska contribution

Ivan Kowalenko ivan.kowalenko at gmail.com
Sun Jul 16 05:24:41 CEST 2006

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On Jul 15, 2006, at 20.22, IL'dar AKHmetgaleev wrote:

> Hello all matroska developers/users!
> I was wandered when I learned more about matroska.
> H264 + Vorbis or aac in couple with matroske makes amazing results.
> Now I wish to move my video portfolio to matroska file format. But  
> to do this I must be sure that my mkv's will be playable under M$  
> windows. I'll try VLC for windows soon as I got access to windows  
> machine.

Matroska will play on ANY computer. It's all about the software. The  
only player that is cross-platform, fully supports Matroska, and  
doesn't require installation of anything into your system (why video  
playback is made part of the operating system in Windows is beyond me!)

> Just now I propose my own H264+vorbis matroska sample: http:// 
> akhil.nightmail.ru/MediaSHIT_640_h264_vorbis.mkv .
> This video distributed under Free Art License. Fill free to  
> redistribute, re-encode, reuse or even edit this movie.

Try Creative Commons, it's a little more well known.

> Will be nice to get some tools, or even just descriptions for  
> matroska menus.

It would be nice to know ANYTHING about menus. Details are very  
sketchy on that so far.

> I plan to write some scripts for blender to make easy to use menu  
> design tool. And in future to move all my content to interactive  
> form encapsulated in mkv's.
> PS: Hope to get some responses to be sure that this video playable  
> on another computers.

It WILL play on any computer with an H.264 and AAC decoder, plus a  
Matroska demuxer.

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