Media is now opensource
grazertwo at gmail.com
Fri Oct 18 12:48:09 PDT 2013
Am 18.10.2013 20:55 schrieb "Scott Palmer" <swpalmer at gmail.com>:
> I propose the codecs be made pluggable. The licensing issue can be left
> to the application developer.
> Once that is in place, support for whatever codec you wish can be added.
> FFMPEG could be used as an example.
> I'm against adding any new codecs without first putting in a
> user-extensible codec mechanism that does not require modifying JavaFX to
> support new formats. I.e. make the dog food first, then eat it.
> On 2013-10-18, at 2:03 PM, Kirill Kirichenko <kirill.kirichenko at oracle.com>
> > Media is very regulated area in legal terms. Using different codecs may
> involve using and even violating some license agreements.
> > Anyway you're welcome to propose anything.
> > On 18.10.2013 21:37, Robert Krüger wrote:
> >> Great news!
> >> Does this mean that it is now possible to add support for more
> >> demuxers/decoders e.g. by utilizing stuff from other projects (ffmpeg
> >> comes to mind)?
> >> On Fri, Oct 18, 2013 at 6:35 PM, Kirill Kirichenko
> >> <kirill.kirichenko at oracle.com> wrote:
> >>> Hello OpenJFXers !
> >>> We're happy to announce that Media part of JavaFX is now open source.
> >>> Opensourcing touched all Media component except ON2 FLV demuxer and VP6
> >>> decoder. The decoder will remain closed.
> >>> You're all welcome to contribute.
> >>> Thanks,
> >>> K
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