Summary: Review request - gpac - MPEG-4 multimedia framework
Product: Package Reviews
Component: Review Request
CC: kwizart(a)gmail.com, rpmfusion-package-
Estimated Hours: 1.5
Created an attachment (id=427)
Diff from old SRPM to new SRPM, without the new CVS tarball
GPAC is a multimedia framework based on the MPEG-4 Systems standard developed
from scratch in ANSI C. The original development goal is to provide a clean,
small and flexible alternative to the MPEG-4 Systems reference software.
GPAC features the integration of recent multimedia standards (SVG/SMIL, VRML,
X3D, SWF, 3GPP(2) tools and more) into a single framework. GPAC also features
MPEG-4 Systems encoders/multiplexers, publishing tools for content distribution
for MP4 and 3GPP(2) files and many tools for scene descriptions
(MPEG4 <-> VRML <-> X3D converters, SWF -> MPEG-4, etc).
This package is already in RPM Fusion, (patent concerns?) and used to include
MP4Box, a popular muxing tool. Currently the binary RPM doesn't include MP4Box,
and the source RPM doesn't build. This submission will fix that.
rpmlint mentions some harmless comments in the spec file that I didn't remove
because they were present in the previous version, and missing manpages for
some binaries - manpages for mp4box and mp4client are provided, however.
There's also the source tarball pulled straight from gpac's CVS repository
which needs to be hosted somewhere.
I've been using MP4Box built from this SRPM for a while, and it seems to work
fine. Osmo4 crashes on start, but that's nothing new. I haven't tried the rest
yet. I just finished getting the SRPM to cross-compile for a 32-bit target on a
64-bit platform, so that should be okay.
This is my first RPM Fusion package.
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