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This page collects opinions about the
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This page collects opinions about the NUT container format.
[http://www.nut-container.org/ NUT container format].
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* http://wiki.multimedia.cx/index.php?title=NUT
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* http://ffmpeg.org/~michael/nut.txt
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* http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/NUT_Container NUT at French Wikipedia
  
 
== Comparison with Ogg ==
 
== Comparison with Ogg ==
  
Monty writes: "NUT is very similar to Ogg (at
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Monty writes: "NUT is very similar to [[Ogg]] (at least when compared to the other contemporary systems).  It draws the abstraction lines in different places but has roughly the same functionality and hits the same practical limitations when considered in a system more complex than a desktop video player.
least when compared to the other contemporary systems).  It draws the
 
abstraction lines in different places but has roughly the same
 
functionality and hits the same practical limitations when considered
 
in a system more complex than a desktop video player.
 
  
"Nor can we take
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"Nor can we take lightly the prospect of abandoning a hundred million installed copies of Ogg (including those in hardware) for no distinct practical benefit."
lightly the prospect of abandoning a hundred million installed copies
 
of Ogg (including those in hardware) for no distinct practical
 
benefit."
 

Latest revision as of 10:55, 11 March 2012

This page collects opinions about the NUT container format.

Comparison with Ogg

Monty writes: "NUT is very similar to Ogg (at least when compared to the other contemporary systems). It draws the abstraction lines in different places but has roughly the same functionality and hits the same practical limitations when considered in a system more complex than a desktop video player.

"Nor can we take lightly the prospect of abandoning a hundred million installed copies of Ogg (including those in hardware) for no distinct practical benefit."