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libdivxdecore OpenDivX decoding engine from Project Mayo
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Port Added: 12 Feb 2001 18:16:51
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Decore [excerpt from OpenDivX Project Mayo site]

"Decore" is our decoder core - that part of the codec that decodes
video from DivX video bitstream into uncompressed RGB bitmaps. Its
API is defined in decore.h. The API is another frame-in, frame-out
scheme, you give it a chunk of OpenDivX bitstream and it comes back
to you with an uncompressed RGB frame. Like "encore", "decore" is
truly independent of any other code, making no system calls.

"Decore" is a decoder compliant with MPEG-4 natural video, simple
profile. It also incorporates a video postprocessor which postprocessor,
which hides many of the artifacts inherent in low bit-rate video.

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28 Nov 2002 17:36:25
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-avifile                ports/graphics/avifile
+avifile                ports/multimedia/avifile

-divx4linux             ports/graphics/divx4linux
+linux-divx4linux       ports/multimedia/linux-divx4linux

-divx4linux4            ports/graphics/divx4linux4
+linux-divx4linux4      ports/multimedia/linux-divx4linux4

-ffmpeg                 ports/graphics/ffmpeg
+ffmpeg                 ports/multimedia/ffmpeg

-gstreamer              ports/graphics/gstreamer
+gstreamer              ports/multimedia/gstreamer
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26 Oct 2001 18:09:28
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space removal and WWW update    
31 Aug 2001 15:20:29
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USE_LIBTOOL implies GNU_CONFIGURE, so remove the latter where appropriate.    
13 Mar 2001 00:44:01
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Fix typo: port created on year 2001, not 20001    
12 Feb 2001 21:16:51
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Initial import    

Number of commits found: 5

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