VP8 video codec (development files)
VP8 is an open video codec, originally developed by On2 and released
as open source by Google Inc. It is the successor of the VP3 codec,
on which the Theora codec was based.
This package contains the development libraries, header files needed by
programs that want to compile with libvpx.
vpx Multi-Format Codec SDK
README - 19 May 2010
Welcome to the WebM VP8 Codec SDK!
COMPILING THE APPLICATIONS/LIBRARIES:
The build system used is similar to autotools. Building generally consists of
"configuring" with your desired build options, then using GNU make to build
* All x86 targets require the Yasm assembler be installed.
* All W
libvpx (0.9.1-2) unstable; urgency=high
+ SECURITY CVE-2010-4203:
Fix heap memory corruption which could lead to denial of service
or possibly execution of arbitrary code. Properly validate frame
size and partition sizes (Closes: #602693).
This patch contains two upstream commits, adjusted to work with
libvpx 0.9.1. It
* ivfenc/ivfdec now support YUV4MPEG2 input and pipe I/O
* Speed optimizations
* Rate control
* Prevent out-of-bounds accesses on invalid data
- Build system updates:
* Detect toolchain to be used automatically for native builds
* Support building shared libraries
* Better autotools emulation (--prefix, -
# This file is automatically generated from the git commit history
# by tools/gen_authors.sh.
This is the Debian package of the VP8 video codec library
Packaged by Sebastian Dröge <slomo@debia
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