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Offline The E

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Re: New cutscene player (more supported formats, better performance)
No plans for them at this time.
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Re: New cutscene player (more supported formats, better performance)
These changes have been merged into the master branch and are available in the nightlies starting from this build.

 

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Re: New cutscene player (more supported formats, better performance)
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Re: New cutscene player (more supported formats, better performance)
Are there any supported formats it can play? Why can't be in the Wiki?
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Offline niffiwan

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Re: New cutscene player (more supporte, better performance)
The list of supported formats depends on how the libraries were compiled. I needed to disable a few features because we can't use the GPL version but here is a list of what the current libraries support:
Once FFmpeg is merged into trunk/master we probably will create some kind of list of formats that must be supported by "official" builds.
The current build still checks all available extensions but I have already changed that to only check ogg, mp4 and webm. Those formats will always be supported.
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