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    • Jean-Baptiste Kempf's avatar
      Add a SAPI synthetizer for Windows · a7eb0f0a
      Jean-Baptiste Kempf authored
      This is the work from Moti Zilberman, modified by me to build and
      integrate in-tree
      
      It's heavily inspired on the OS X one.
      
      Be careful: you need a very recent Mingw-W64 to hope to compile it.
      
      Ref #11893
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  12. 28 Sep, 2015 1 commit
    • Thomas Guillem's avatar
      modules: add tizen audio output · 9053b091
      Thomas Guillem authored
      Tizen audio_io.h supports only mono/stereo, with PCM U8/S16.  With Tizen 2.3,
      flush is done by destroying/recreating the audio_output. A real flush will come
      with Tizen 2.4.
      
      There is no TimeGet for now since there is no way to know the position in audio
      stream.
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    • Rémi Denis-Courmont's avatar
      concat: access to concatenate multiple access objects · dfe06d6e
      Rémi Denis-Courmont authored
      Usage:
      
      $ vlc concat:// :concat=URL1,URL2,....URLn
      
      Note: As for the existing input-slave and input-list options, URLs are
      assumed to not contain unencoded commas. This is usually the case but
      not strictly warranted as the comma is a sub-delimiter.
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    • Rémi Denis-Courmont's avatar
      cycle: initial support for splitting stream output in time (refs #561) · c599964d
      Rémi Denis-Courmont authored
      Example:
       #cycle{duration=20m,
              dst=std{mux=ts,access=file,dst=sport.ts},   duration=5m},
              dst=std{mux=ts,access=file,dst=weather.ts}, duration=5m}
      
      Skips 20 minutes, then records 5 minutes to sport.ts, then 5 more
      minutes to weather.ts and restarts.
      
      "duration" specifies the duration of the previous phase
      "offset"   specifies the offset at which the previous phase ends
                 and the next phase begins
                 (mutually exclusive with duration)
      "dst"      specifies the stream output chain for the phase
                 (if missing, the phase is skipped/discarded)
      
      Durations and offsets are so far expressed as an integer, optionally
      followed by a unit: w=week, d=day, h=hour, m=minute, s=second. Second
      is the default.
      
      Currently only the decoding time stamp can be used as a reference, but
      adding local or UTC clocks should be relatively easy.
      
      ES synchronization and reference frames management is left for
      further study.
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