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==Who the are we?==
>> Who the are we?
 
  
 
"We're Xiph.Org"  Oh, you mean us, (Monty and Greg Maxwell)
 
"We're Xiph.Org"  Oh, you mean us, (Monty and Greg Maxwell)
  
>> What has happened in the past year?
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==What has happened in the past year?==
  
>In-browser playback, long promised, became a reality.
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*In-browser playback, long promised, became a reality.
  
Firefox 3.5 shipped; HTML 5 with Ogg is a reality.
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*Firefox 3.5 shipped; HTML 5 with Ogg is a reality.
  
Cortado improvements
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*Cortado improvements
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:Cortado is not a stopgap, it's possibly the most capable solution right now. (Yes, it's java, we know)
  
Cortado is not a stopgap, it's possibly the most capable solution right now.
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*Ogg Kate: Demo!
  
Ogg Kate: Demo!
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*Browsers and browser plugins also started actually supporting seeking properly.
  
Browsers and browser plugins also starteda ctually supporting seeking
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*Promised encoder improvements shipped
properly.
 
  
> Promised encoder improvements shipped
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:Thusnelda shipped as Theora 1.1 with a completely refreshed sourcebase on encode and decode.  Theora no longer has any code in common with original VP3 sourcebase.  That wasn't exactly a goal, just a statement of where we've gotten to.
  
Thusnelda shipped as Theora 1.1 with a completely refreshed sourcebase
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==What is happening now==
on encode and decode.  Theor ano longer has any code in common with
 
original VP3 sourcebase.  That wasn't exactly a goal, just a statement
 
of where we've gotten to.
 
  
>>> What is happening now
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Current Ogg coverage
  
> Current Ogg coverage
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*Ogg continues to be more of a reality than h264 ''(at least for web video, at least for now)''.
  
Ogg continues to be more of a realiy than h264 (at least for web
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*Native support: Firefox market share: 31%, Chrome: 5.28% Opera: 3.3%
video, at least for now).
 
Native support: Firefox market share: 31%, Chrome: 5.28% Opera: 3.3%
 
Plugin Support: Safari (XiphQT) 5.2%, IE 6 and later (Silverlight*): ~the rest
 
Java support: Everyone--- all the way back to Netscape 4!
 
  
(Figures From Wikipedia)
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*Plugin Support: Safari (XiphQT) 5.2%, IE 6 and later (Silverlight*): ~the rest
  
> More encoder improvements
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*Java support: Everyone— all the way back to Netscape 4!
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:''(Share figures From Wikimedia[http://www.reddit.com/r/programming/comments/8834f/xiph_theora_11_alpha_thusnelda_released_major/c08ihxj])''
  
Ptalarbvorm development underway
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*More encoder improvements:
http://svn.xiph.org/experimental/derf/theora-ptalarbvorm/
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:Ptalarbvorm development underway [http://svn.xiph.org/experimental/derf/theora-ptalarbvorm/]
  
Vorbis surround optimization (development toward Ghost)
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*Vorbis surround optimization (development toward Ghost)
  
> Ogg documentation, Ogg tutorials (combating misinformation)
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*Ogg documentation, Ogg tutorials (combating misinformation)
  
> Continued filter/plugin improvements
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*Continued filter/plugin improvements
  
XiphQT and the DirectShow filters continue to be central to
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*XiphQT and the DirectShow filters continue to be central to adoption/penetration.   
adoption/penetration.  That will continue to be true for the
 
forseeable future.
 
  
>>> What will happen in the next year
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==What will happen in the next year==
  
Ship Ptalarbvorm as Theora 1.2
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*Ship Ptalarbvorm as Theora 1.2
  
Early Ghost demo?  Some publicly visible demonstration of progress.
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*Early Ghost demo?  Some publicly visible demonstration of progress. (shipping, assuming research success, is years off)
(shipping, assuming reasearch success, is years off)
 
  
Better *documentation*.  Developers, developers, developers.  And
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*Better *documentation*.  Developers, developers, developers.  And artists.  And everyone else too.
artists.  And everyone else too.
 
  
>>> Breakout, questions:
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==Breakout, questions:==
  
"How can I help?"
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*"How can I help?" [http://wiki.xiph.org/How_to_help http://wiki.xiph.org/How_to_help]
  
http://wiki.xiph.org/How_to_help
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*"Implementation questions"
  
"Implementation questions"
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*"Usage questions"
  
"Usage questions"
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*"Google! Everyone Panic!"
 
 
"Google! Everyone Panic!"
 

Latest revision as of 11:49, 21 March 2010

Who the are we?

"We're Xiph.Org" Oh, you mean us, (Monty and Greg Maxwell)

What has happened in the past year?

  • In-browser playback, long promised, became a reality.
  • Firefox 3.5 shipped; HTML 5 with Ogg is a reality.
  • Cortado improvements
Cortado is not a stopgap, it's possibly the most capable solution right now. (Yes, it's java, we know)
  • Ogg Kate: Demo!
  • Browsers and browser plugins also started actually supporting seeking properly.
  • Promised encoder improvements shipped
Thusnelda shipped as Theora 1.1 with a completely refreshed sourcebase on encode and decode. Theora no longer has any code in common with original VP3 sourcebase. That wasn't exactly a goal, just a statement of where we've gotten to.

What is happening now

Current Ogg coverage

  • Ogg continues to be more of a reality than h264 (at least for web video, at least for now).
  • Native support: Firefox market share: 31%, Chrome: 5.28% Opera: 3.3%
  • Plugin Support: Safari (XiphQT) 5.2%, IE 6 and later (Silverlight*): ~the rest
  • Java support: Everyone— all the way back to Netscape 4!
(Share figures From Wikimedia[1])
  • More encoder improvements:
Ptalarbvorm development underway [2]
  • Vorbis surround optimization (development toward Ghost)
  • Ogg documentation, Ogg tutorials (combating misinformation)
  • Continued filter/plugin improvements
  • XiphQT and the DirectShow filters continue to be central to adoption/penetration.

What will happen in the next year

  • Ship Ptalarbvorm as Theora 1.2
  • Early Ghost demo? Some publicly visible demonstration of progress. (shipping, assuming research success, is years off)
  • Better *documentation*. Developers, developers, developers. And artists. And everyone else too.

Breakout, questions:

  • "Implementation questions"
  • "Usage questions"
  • "Google! Everyone Panic!"