Features/Thusnelda

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== Benefit to Fedora ==
 
== Benefit to Fedora ==
Fedora becomes more attractive as a platform for producing video content in open formats.
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A lot of positive momentum has been building around open video on the web. With this feature, Fedora becomes more attractive as a platform for producing video content in open formats.
  
 
== Scope ==
 
== Scope ==

Revision as of 14:02, 2 June 2009

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Thusnelda

Summary

Update libtheora to the 1.1 release.

Owner

  • Name: Christopher Montgomery (xhiphmont)
  • Email: cmontgom@redhat.com

Current status

  • Targeted release: Fedora 12
  • Last updated: 2009-06-02
  • Percentage of completion: 0%

Detailed Description

libtheora 1.1 incorporates a substantially improved encoder, codenamed 'Thusnelda'.

Over the last year, Mony has produced a series of detailed reports describing the Thusnelda improvements as they have been developed: http://web.mit.edu/xiphmont/Public/theora/demo2.html http://web.mit.edu/xiphmont/Public/theora/demo3.html http://web.mit.edu/xiphmont/Public/theora/demo4.html http://web.mit.edu/xiphmont/Public/theora/demo5.html http://web.mit.edu/xiphmont/Public/theora/demo6.html http://web.mit.edu/xiphmont/Public/theora/demo7.html

Benefit to Fedora

A lot of positive momentum has been building around open video on the web. With this feature, Fedora becomes more attractive as a platform for producing video content in open formats.

Scope

libtheora needs to be updated. All video-encoding applications that support theora will transparently benefit from the improvements in Thusnelda.

How To Test

Use a video-encoding application to produce theora-encoded content. Compare the quality with content produced with libtheora 1.0 and notice the improved quality.

User Experience

Dependencies

None.

Contingency Plan

Revert to libtheora 1.0.

Documentation

Release Notes

Comments and Discussion