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--[[User:Vmol|Vmol]] 4 May 2008
:There is also HuffYUV besides Lagarith. Also the new Dirac codec supports lostless lossless compression, reportedly better than anything else. Agree, a lostless lossless codec should be added. Just carefully select one of them ;-) [[User:DOS386|DOS386]] 01:31, 4 May 2008 (PDT)
:: Lossless compression would still be a good thing to have for Theora.
:: [http://wiki.xiph.org/Talk:TheoraTodo]
:: --[[User:Vmol|Vmol]] 25 Jul 2009
 
== Add link to "Reporting Abuse" page on the front page? ==
 
There's been a bunch of spam recently, but I couldn't find any way to report abuse. I've added a skeleton page at [[Reporting abuse]], could we add a link to the front page?
 
== Abuse ==
 
It's necessary to something about the excesive abuse of this Wiki, link approval is the minimal step for now. Also some additional barriers for registration should be considered. Also a stronger captcha, "3+4" isn't that efficient. [[User:DOS386|DOS386]] 12:44, 16 November 2009 (UTC)
 
== Editing Theora? ==
 
Is Theora considered an 'editible' format? Theora seems to be lossy - Is there a lossless, open format for video for use as a 'source' file type? There are a couple editors listed, but they seem pretty 'fringe' - anything more mainstream? If one wanted to create a 'video warehouse' that was 'pure' with respect to open formats, which file type/codec type would i use? 2009-12-25 15:55 [[User:BenTes]]
 
:: > Theora seems to be lossy
:: It '''is''' lossy
:: > Is there a lossless, open format for video for use as a 'source' file type
:: See above, HuffYUV, Lagarith, and Dirac
:: > one wanted to create a 'video warehouse' that was 'pure' with
:: > respect to open formats,
:: :-)
:: > which file type/codec type would i use?
:: For final video, Theora. For intermediate files:
:: * HuffYUV or Lagarith (can exist only inside AVI ??? but this could be changed)
:: * YUV4MPEG (is 'pure' but not compressed)
:: * Dirac in lossles mode (very slow)
:: 2009-12-26 15:36 [[User:DOS386]]
 
== Plumi (Plone Plugin) - Open Source Web Content Management Software - Shares / Plays OGG / Theora videos ==
 
Plone is an open source content management website. Plumi is a Plone plugin that supports sharing and playing OGG videos (OGV) using the open source Cortado applet.
 
"Plumi is a package of Plone products that enable you to create your own video sharing site. By adding it to an existing Plone instance you can quickly have a wide array of functionality to facilitate video distribution and community creation."
 
[http://plone.org/products/plumi/]
 
== Suggestions ==
 
*1. Remove Speex from the sidebar, move Opus on the top
*2. Create a [[AllXiphCodecs]] page, listing all codecs, including the historical, obsolete and abandoned ones
* [[User:DOS386|DOS386]] 2012-Dec-22 08:21
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