matthewjheaney at hotmail.com
Fri Feb 19 06:53:42 CET 2010
Hello Hao Qiu,
If you are interested, I have been writing an MKV parser, available here:
The libraries and utilities are designed around DirectShow (on Windows).
There’s a muxer (MKVMUX) that writes MKV files, and a source filter
(MKVSOURCE) that can read the MKV files written by the muxer.
I needed a set of utilities for converting my DVD rips to MKV, so I just
decided to write them myself. Right now the project only supports MPEG-2
and AC-3, but support for other formats (MPEG-4, AAC, etc) is planned.
If you have SVN installed, then you can get the sources this way:
svn co https://vob2mkv.svn.codeplex.com/svn/trunk dvdutil
Otherwise you can browse the sources online:
The MKV parser is in this directory: dvdutil/libmkvparser .
I should have a new binary release (v1.0.2) within the next few days.
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2009/12/7 仇昊 <simonqiuhao at gmail.com>
I want to make a mkv parser, but I do not have a document abort mkv file
I will be appreciate if you can send me an introduction about mkv file
format in detail! Thank you !
Multimedia Technology Center
BeiJing University of Posts and Telecommunications (BUPT)
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