"Joao S. O. Bueno Calligaris" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> The writing plug-in actually performs a rather naive MNG save,
> saving just a frame sequence (like an anim. GIF). The result is a
> valid MNG, but the plug-in only deals with a subset of the standard,
> and reading mng's recorded by other programs would require full
> suport for the specification.
Well, it probably wouldn't be too difficult to read the set of MNG
features that the MNG plug-in can save. Read support in libmng is
actually a lot better than support for creating MNG files.
> That of course is desirable, and a 'non naive' mng saving would be
> great. But AFAIK there is no one working oin that in the moment.
That's right, I am not aware of anyone working on it.
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