Subject: Re: MPEG 4 players
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Bernd Sieker <email@example.com>
Date: 03/25/2002 14:05:59
On 23.07.01, 22:25:47, Emre Yildirim wrote:
> > Are there any MPEG 4 players that work with NetBSD 1.5.x?
> Have you looked around in pkgsrc? There's mpegtv (mtv) that works
> under linux emulation. There is also mpeg_play, you should really look
> under /usr/pkgsrc/graphics.
But those are both only MPEG-1 players, they don't even play MPEG-2,
which is still somewhat related to MPEG-1.
Now MPEG-4 is a different beast altogether. It's the likes of the
famous Divx-Codec, and Microsoft also has some mpeg-4 codecs.
There is the avifile library, and the (very crude) player "apla";
together they will play AVIs with various codecs, up to and including
divx4. They are also both under pkgsrc/graphics
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