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==  WMV3 Encoder ==
==  WMV3 Encoder ==
And this to [[Interesting Patches#WMV3 encoder by Denis Fortin|This patch]]?
And this to [[Interesting Patches#WMV3 encoder by Denis Fortin|This patch]]?
== Realistic time frame ==
A problem that has come up in past years is the number of projects that go uncompleted.  I think the Matroska muxer was the only project that was actually completed by the end of the summer.  If the student is willing to continue working on a project past the end of summer then that's great, but we should try to estimate a realistic time frame.  In looking over the current project list, I think the following could reasonably be completed in three months time:
*ALAC encoder
*Speex decoder
*MXF muxer
These are all very clearly defined tasks, as opposed to some things involving psychoacoustics and perceptual coding, which can be very open-ended.  -[[User:Mkhodor|Mkhodor]] 06:00, 26 February 2008 (EST)

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QuickTime IMA ADPCM Encoder

Is this related to http://lists.mplayerhq.hu/pipermail/ffmpeg-devel/2008-February/042475.html ?

I assume so. I am watching that patch too. --Multimedia Mike 14:32, 25 February 2008 (EST)

WMV3 Encoder

And this to This patch?

Realistic time frame

A problem that has come up in past years is the number of projects that go uncompleted. I think the Matroska muxer was the only project that was actually completed by the end of the summer. If the student is willing to continue working on a project past the end of summer then that's great, but we should try to estimate a realistic time frame. In looking over the current project list, I think the following could reasonably be completed in three months time:

  • ALAC encoder
  • Speex decoder
  • MXF muxer

These are all very clearly defined tasks, as opposed to some things involving psychoacoustics and perceptual coding, which can be very open-ended. -Mkhodor 06:00, 26 February 2008 (EST)