[Sumover-tech] question about NV , VIC, Rat and licences
douglask at itee.uq.edu.au
Mon Jul 16 23:54:20 BST 2007
> > I'm guessing Xerox PARC's Network Video hasn't been maintained in
> > years, unlike UCL vic.
> so, i am guessing "NV" supposts just RTPv1 ? because its older ?
> it seems like "VIC" is "ipv6" ready yet supports color aswell.
The configure switches for common, vic and rat have a --enable-ipv6
switch to build with ipv6 enabled.
> I am just currious that there are no such tools
> that works " native " on any OS you just need
The VIC in the SUMOVER SVN mpeg4 branch can be built against the Tcl/Tk
that is bundled with MacOS 10.4 (that uses Carbon instead of X11), so
has a native Aqua GUI look.
> all that x11 or TCL/TK jazz........
> is there anything that i can work on with xcode
> on osx ?
It's GNU Autoconf based (i.e a configure script is used), but you could
probably manually import the files into an XCode project.
To obtain the latest code:
svn co http://mediatools.cs.ucl.ac.uk/repos/mmedia/common/trunk common
svn co http://mediatools.cs.ucl.ac.uk/repos/mmedia/vic/branches/mpeg4
(cd common; ./configure --enable-ipv6; make)
(cd vic; ./configure --enable-ipv6; make)
If you are using MacOSX 10.4 or earlier, you will need to install
Subversion (SVN) to checkout the latest version of the files.
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