[Sumover-tech] question about NV , VIC, Rat and licences
douglask at itee.uq.edu.au
Mon Jul 16 13:10:50 BST 2007
> While i was researching for useful code for my project,
> i found a project called "xcast" <http://www.xcast.jp>
> it uses VIC and RAT sources and some specific patches.
> My question is , there seems to be a lot more restrictive licence in "
> there is a remark in the source that says "research and evaluation
> When i would use VIC and RAT i just need to mention the author/
VIC and RAT use a variation of the 4 clause BSD license which has the
advertising clause requiring authors of all works deriving from a
BSD-licensed work to include an acknowledgment of the original source.
> Could someone explain the difference between NV and VIC ?
VIC is backwards compatible with NV, on the command-line you can use
'-A nv" to use the variant of RTPv1 used by NV and
'-f nv" to use NV's video codec.
I'm guessing Xerox PARC's Network Video hasn't been maintained in years,
unlike UCL vic.
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