FFmpeg Picks Up Support For New Formats
While there still is no official release of FFmpeg, committed to their SVN repository last night was support for several new formats. FFmpeg has picked up a QCELP/PureVoice speech decoder, floating point PCM decoder and encoder, Nellymoser ASAO encoder, Electronic Arts TGQ decoder, Speex decoding via libspeex, MXF muxer, E-AC-3 support, and a RealVideo 4.0 decoder.
FFmpeg is a popular open-source project that supports audio/video encoding and decoding with numerous codecs. FFmpeg is used by other open-source projects, such as MPlayer.
To checkout the new support in FFmpeg, information is available here on its SVN repository and Git mirror.
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