On Sun, 12 Sep 2004 02:34:08 +0200, Olivier wrote in message
> > It wouldn't be all that difficult to make an AVI movie by extending
> > jpeg "factory" to "avi" factory with libavi
..naaa, see below. ;-)
> Well, for now, I finished the Flight Gear Playback movie of LFBR
> landing. It's available for download through FTP for the next couple
> of hours with my current IP 184.108.40.206
> Login : FlightGear (case sensitive)
> Password : guest
> ftp://[EMAIL PROTECTED]/LFBR_Landing_Real.AVI (82.1 Mo)
> ftp://[EMAIL PROTECTED]/LFBR_Landing_FG.AVI (18.3 Mo)
> Please note there is no post processing of the GPS data. What we see
> in hereabove FG playback is what I saw on my PC during the real flight
> with a 1Hz GPS datastream. What I mean here is that we can improve
> significantly a real flight playback with post processing (filtering,
> etc...) The problem with filtering during real flight is that it
> generates latencies (and 1 sec GPS latency is already a lot for
> attitude display) The altitude jumps we notice near the ground are due
> to the low GPS altitude accuracy (and not to related to my friend
> landing ability ;-)
..a wee coupla Debian (Linux) tricks: ;-)
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~ # apt-cache search jpeg >jpeg
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~ # apt-cache search mpeg >mpeg
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~ # comm -1 -2 jpeg mpeg
liblivemedia-dev - multimedia streaming library
python-imaging - Python Imaging Library
python2.1-imaging - Python Imaging Library
python2.2-imaging - Python Imaging Library
python2.3-imaging - Python Imaging Library
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~ # apt-cache show liblivemedia-dev python-imaging
Maintainer: Sam Hocevar (Debian packages) <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
694614 MD5sum: 34b13a7e39a64be6f51ecffbfad2432d
Description: multimedia streaming library
The live.com streaming media code is a set of C++ libraries for
multimedia streaming, using open standard protocols (RTP/RTCP, RTSP,
SIP). These libraries can be used to build applications to stream,
receive and process MPEG, H.263+ or JPEG video, several audio codecs,
and can easily be extended to support additional codecs. They can also
be used to build basic RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol) or SIP
(Session Initiation Protocol) clients and servers.
This package contains the headers and static libraries required to
build applications that use live.com.
Maintainer: Matthias Urlichs <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Replaces: pil, python-pil
Depends: python (<< 2.4), python2.3-imaging, python (>= 2.3),
mime-support | python-imaging-tk Suggests: python-imaging-doc
Conflicts: pil, python-pil
Description: Python Imaging Library
The Python Imaging Library (PIL) adds an image object to your Python
interpreter. You can load images from a variety of file formats, and
apply a rich set of image operations to them.
o Bilevel, greyscale, palette, true colour (RGB), true colour with
o colour separation (CMYK).
o Copy, cut, paste operations.
o Flip, transpose, resize, rotate, and arbitrary affine transforms.
o Transparency operations.
o Channel and point operations.
o Colour transforms, including matrix operations.
o Image enhancement, including convolution filters.
o Full (Open/Load/Save): BMP, EPS (with ghostscript), GIF, IM, JPEG,
MSP, PDF, PNG, PPM, TIFF, XBM.
o Read only (Open/Load): ARG, CUR, DCX, FLI, FPX, GBR, GD, ICO, IMT,
IPTC, MCIDAS, MPEG, PhotoCD, PCX, PIXAR, PSD, TGA, SGI, SUN, TGA,
WMF, XPM. o Save only: PDF, EPS (without ghostscript).
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~ #
..question is, is this quicker than OpenGL on old junk? ;-)
..med vennlig hilsen = with Kind Regards from Arnt... ;-)
...with a number of polar bear hunters in his ancestry...
Scenarios always come in sets of three:
best case, worst case, and just in case.
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