[gstreamer-bugs] [Bug 551659] Support MT9 audio files
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Wed Sep 10 18:48:18 PDT 2008
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------- Comment #4 from Danny Piccirillo 2008-09-11 01:48 UTC -------
(In reply to comment #3)
> (In reply to comment #2)
> > (In reply to comment #1)
> > > That's all fine, but we'd need to be able to support MT9 files in the first
> > > place...
> > >
> > No we don't.
> Yes we do. If no formats supporting this are supported in GStreamer, or the one
> and only format supporting it isn't supported, what's the point in implementing
> infrastructure for the whole thing?
Ogg is capable of doing this. It's simply mixing multitrack audio. For example,
if i have multiple tracks in an ogg file, one is the vocals, another is guitar,
another bass, etc, i should be able to control which ones i hear and how loud
each one is. This is what is meant by supporting MT9 functionality. Although
support for the MT9 format is also missing.
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