--- On Sun, 10/4/09, jhell <jh...@dataix.net> wrote:
> From: jhell <jh...@dataix.net>
> Subject: Re: Voting for a native i386/amd64 flash player
> To: "James Phillips" <anti_spam...@yahoo.ca>
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Received: Sunday, October 4, 2009, 1:07 PM
> On Sun, 4 Oct 2009 08:33 -0700, anti_spam256@ wrote:
<Vague specific stuff about an ill-defined video standard>
> So how many different subjects are in here that don't
> thread ?
> With all due respect: wheres Waldo ?
Most on-topic is probably the licensing issue: I like the GPLv3, but many BSD
users don't like it for the same reasons.
I don't want to publish comprehensive details about my (video format) idea
until I have the format defined in a forward-compatible way. AS I am fantasy
land, I think that people will try implementing incompatible versions as soon
as it's published. The risk is that may happen anyway if my format is not "good
I haven't even done testing to find out how well compression is performed.
Second-Worst case (mono white noise), I estimate that loss-less compression
will only be able to compress frame changes to ~25% of the original frame size.
Lossy compression will be a simple averaging of nearby pixels for (multiples
of) ~4:1 compression. Mpeg is supposed to get up to 300:1.
TL;DR: If you have to ask what the point is, it is probably off-topic and I can
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