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I will still use x264
Rust itself (and it seems that this library in particular) is all about catching most errors at compile time and provide a lot of guaranties about generated code. Rust e.g. gives guaranty that there...
What? Most Windows applications are still native (win32).
Dart is also wrong. Not as a language but the idea that m browsers should support n languages, this has m*n complexity. Instead there should be some standard bytecode and VM so that browsers will...
But you are proposinng to use PNaCl, isn't it fundamentally wrong?
Yes and this is its problem. There is nothing wrong in trying to add more cool things to webpages. What stops (or at least hinders) from doing this is js. That's why we need something better for web...
I couldn't have said it any better.
What you say is nonsense. If you need to use PNaCl instead of JS that means that something is wrong with JS.
Animated images? That's called videos and we already have good format for them - mp4 (or google's shitty webm).
+24 patches for all platforms
OpenH264 supports only baseline profile which means that it is almost useless.
This is VP8 and google is already working on VP10. Why do we need so many codecs? Is it really cheaper to develop your own codecs than just to obtain a license for H.264 and H.265? Even if they want...
Why do we need these special programs. No one prevents women from studying CS, having IT jobs, etc. If they are minority in this area than they probably don't want to do it.
But not in Rust, dereferencing Null pointer will not even compile.
C++ also has manual memory management in the sense that there is no garbage collector but you can use smart pointers (just like in Rust, although Rust has optional gc). Also Rust developers state...
24 bit (8-bit per channel) colors are not sufficient, they lead to banding artefacts everywhere, this is awfull. We need to use 10 bit and 12 bit colors (30 and 36 bits per pixel) for real colors.
AFAIK opencl in x264 is used only for part of the ecnoding process, so CPU and GPU actually work together here.
I'm curious how fast it will be on 72-core Xeon Phi Knights Landing.
MS Office native format is open and it supports format used by Open/LibreOffice
Who invented this name, DRM? Every time I see it I think it's something bad.