Riff, EBML, fourcc etc. work. Not fully finished, but better than what we used...
Riff, EBML, fourcc etc. work. Not fully finished, but better than what we used to have and definately worth a first b... Original commit message from CVS: Riff, EBML, fourcc etc. work. Not fully finished, but better than what we used to have and definately worth a first broad testing. I've revived rifflib. Rifflib used to be a bytestream-for-riff, which just dup'ed bytestream. I've rewritten rifflib to be a modern riff- chunk parser that uses bytestream fully, plus adds some extra functions so that riff file parsing becomes extremely easy. It also contains some small usability functions for strh/strf and metadata parsing. Note that it doesn't use the new tagging yet, that's a TODO. Avidemux has been rewritten to use this. I think we all agreed that avidemux was pretty much a big mess, which is because it used all sort of bytestream magic all around the place. It was just ugly. This is a lot nicer, very complete and safe. I think this is far more robust than what the old avidemux could ever have been. Of course, it might contain bugs, please let me know. EBML writing has also been implemented. This is useful for matroska. I'm intending to modify avidemux (with a riffwriter) similarly. Maybe I'll change wavparse/-enc too to use rifflib. Lastly, several plugins have been modified to use rifflib's fourcc parsing instead of their own. this puts fourcc parsing in one central place, which should make it a lot simpler to add new fourccs. We might want to move this to its own lib instead of rifflib. Enjoy!
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