[annodex-users] Starting off...
chetanv at gmail.com
Wed Jul 16 02:20:38 PDT 2008
Thanks a lot for your reply!
Yes - after a couple of days I have got the hang of things a little
bit. I could make use of tools like "anxenc", "anxinfo", "oggzinfo"
etc to play around with some sample files.
I have also managed to write simple tools to visually show a logical
bitstream, rip a stream etc. (modified from print_lots.c and oggzrip)
- just to get my hands dirty.
Now I want to write a simple (and dumb) AnxImporter for generic data
files and have "anxenc" import such files also.
I am guessing I will have put the source in importers/ directory in
the libannodex source tree and build.
And yes. I will write a tutorial for beginners who want to use these
libraries - once I am comfortable enough.
If I need help, I will post here - or is there a better forum?
On Wed, Jul 16, 2008 at 1:23 PM, Silvia Pfeiffer
<silviapfeiffer1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Chetan,
> Just stumbled across your email and thought I should reply!
> On Thu, Jul 10, 2008 at 4:31 AM, Chetan Vaity <chetanv at gmail.com> wrote:
>> To start off, can you point me to some .anx files which I can play
>> with some tool like annoamp.py. (I downloaded it only to find that it
>> does not contain even a sample anx file)
>> I would like some file using which annodex media can be "demo"ed from
>> a local machine.
> You can find a collection of Annodex files here:
>> Also, is there some tutorial for starters in Annodex tools/libraries.
> Unfortunately, there isn't. But maybe as you work your way through,
> you could write something?
> I have attached an old presentation of ours which explains a bit about
> how it all fits together. Should give you a start...
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