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-#Installing FFmpeg:
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-
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-1. Type `./configure` to create the configuration. A list of configure
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-options is printed by running `configure --help`.
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-
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-    `configure` can be launched from a directory different from the FFmpeg
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-sources to build the objects out of tree. To do this, use an absolute
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-path when launching `configure`, e.g. `/ffmpegdir/ffmpeg/configure`.
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-
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-2. Then type `make` to build FFmpeg. GNU Make 3.81 or later is required.
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-3. Type `make install` to install all binaries and libraries you built.
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-NOTICE
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-#FFmpeg:
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-Most files in FFmpeg are under the GNU Lesser General Public License version 2.1
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-or later (LGPL v2.1+). Read the file `COPYING.LGPLv2.1` for details. Some other
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-files have MIT/X11/BSD-style licenses. In combination the LGPL v2.1+ applies to
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-FFmpeg.
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-
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-Some optional parts of FFmpeg are licensed under the GNU General Public License
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-version 2 or later (GPL v2+). See the file `COPYING.GPLv2` for details. None of
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-these parts are used by default, you have to explicitly pass `--enable-gpl` to
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-configure to activate them. In this case, FFmpeg's license changes to GPL v2+.
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-
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-Specifically, the GPL parts of FFmpeg are:
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-- libpostproc
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-- optional x86 optimizations in the files
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-  - `libavcodec/x86/idct_mmx.c`
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-  - `libavfilter/x86/vf_removegrain.asm`
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-- libutvideo encoding/decoding wrappers in
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-  `libavcodec/libutvideo*.cpp`
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-- the X11 grabber in `libavdevice/x11grab.c`
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-- the swresample test app in
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-- the `texi2pod.pl` tool
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-- the following filters in libavfilter:
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-    - `f_ebur128.c`
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-    - `vf_boxblur.c`
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-    - `vf_colormatrix.c`
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-    - `vf_cover_rect.c`
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-    - `vf_cropdetect.c`
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-    - `vf_delogo.c`
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-    - `vf_eq.c`
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-    - `vf_find_rect.c`
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-    - `vf_fspp.c`
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-    - `vf_geq.c`
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-    - `vf_histeq.c`
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-    - `vf_hqdn3d.c`
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-    - `vf_interlace.c`
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-    - `vf_kerndeint.c`
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-    - `vf_mcdeint.c`
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-    - `vf_mpdecimate.c`
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-    - `vf_owdenoise.c`
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-    - `vf_perspective.c`
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-    - `vf_phase.c`
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-    - `vf_pp.c`
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-    - `vf_pp7.c`
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-    - `vf_pullup.c`
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-    - `vf_sab.c`
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-    - `vf_smartblur.c`
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-    - `vf_repeatfields.c`
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-    - `vf_spp.c`
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-    - `vf_stereo3d.c`
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-    - `vf_super2xsai.c`
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-    - `vf_tinterlace.c`
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-    - `vf_uspp.c`
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-    - `vsrc_mptestsrc.c`
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-
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-Should you, for whatever reason, prefer to use version 3 of the (L)GPL, then
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-the configure parameter `--enable-version3` will activate this licensing option
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-for you. Read the file `COPYING.LGPLv3` or, if you have enabled GPL parts,
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-`COPYING.GPLv3` to learn the exact legal terms that apply in this case.
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-* The files `libavcodec/jfdctfst.c`, `libavcodec/jfdctint_template.c` and
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-  `libavcodec/jrevdct.c` are taken from libjpeg, see the top of the files for
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-  licensing details. Specifically note that you must credit the IJG in the
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-  documentation accompanying your program if you only distribute executables.
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-  You must also indicate any changes including additions and deletions to
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-  those three files in the documentation.
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-* `tests/reference.pnm` is under the expat license.
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-external libraries
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-==================
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-
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-FFmpeg can be combined with a number of external libraries, which sometimes
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-
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-compatible libraries
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-The following libraries are under GPL:
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-- frei0r
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-- libcdio
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-- libutvideo
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-- libvidstab
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-- libx264
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-- libx265
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-- libxavs
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-- libxvid
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-When combining them with FFmpeg, FFmpeg needs to be licensed as GPL as well by
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-passing `--enable-gpl` to configure.
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-The OpenCORE and VisualOn libraries are under the Apache License 2.0. That
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-license is incompatible with the LGPL v2.1 and the GPL v2, but not with
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-version 3 of those licenses. So to combine these libraries with FFmpeg, the
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-license version needs to be upgraded by passing `--enable-version3` to configure.
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-
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-incompatible libraries
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-----------------------
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-The Fraunhofer AAC library, FAAC and aacplus are under licenses which
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-are incompatible with the GPLv2 and v3. We do not know for certain if their
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-licenses are compatible with the LGPL.
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-If you wish to enable these libraries, pass `--enable-nonfree` to configure.
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-But note that if you enable any of these libraries the resulting binary will
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-be under a complex license mix that is more restrictive than the LGPL and that
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-may result in additional obligations. It is possible that these
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-FFmpeg maintainers
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-==================
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-Below is a list of the people maintaining different parts of the
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-FFmpeg code.
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-Please try to keep entries where you are the maintainer up to date!
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-
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-Names in () mean that the maintainer currently has no time to maintain the code.
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-A (CC <address>) after the name means that the maintainer prefers to be CC-ed on
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-patches and related discussions.
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-Project Leader
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-==============
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-  final design decisions
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-Applications
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-============
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-ffmpeg:
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-  ffmpeg.c                              Michael Niedermayer
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-ffplay:
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-  ffplay.c                              Marton Balint
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-ffprobe:
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-  ffprobe.c                             Stefano Sabatini
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-ffserver:
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-  ffserver.c                            Reynaldo H. Verdejo Pinochet
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-Commandline utility code:
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-  cmdutils.c, cmdutils.h                Michael Niedermayer
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-QuickTime faststart:
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-  tools/qt-faststart.c                  Baptiste Coudurier
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-Miscellaneous Areas
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-===================
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-
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-documentation                           Stefano Sabatini, Mike Melanson, Timothy Gu, Lou Logan
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-build system (configure, makefiles)     Diego Biurrun, Mans Rullgard
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-project server                          Árpád Gereöffy, Michael Niedermayer, Reimar Doeffinger, Alexander Strasser, Lou Logan
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-presets                                 Robert Swain
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-metadata subsystem                      Aurelien Jacobs
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-release management                      Michael Niedermayer
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-
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-Communication
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-=============
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-
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-website                                 Deby Barbara Lepage
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-fate.ffmpeg.org                         Timothy Gu
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-Trac bug tracker                        Alexander Strasser, Michael Niedermayer, Carl Eugen Hoyos, Lou Logan
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-mailing lists                           Michael Niedermayer, Baptiste Coudurier, Lou Logan
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-Google+                                 Paul B Mahol, Michael Niedermayer, Alexander Strasser
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-Twitter                                 Lou Logan, Reynaldo H. Verdejo Pinochet
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-Launchpad                               Timothy Gu
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-libavutil
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-=========
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-External Interfaces:
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-  libavutil/avutil.h                    Michael Niedermayer
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-Internal Interfaces:
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-  libavutil/common.h                    Michael Niedermayer
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-Other:
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-  bprint                                Nicolas George
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-  bswap.h
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-  des                                   Reimar Doeffinger
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-  dynarray.h                            Nicolas George
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-  eval.c, eval.h                        Michael Niedermayer
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-  float_dsp                             Loren Merritt
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-  hash                                  Reimar Doeffinger
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-  intfloat*                             Michael Niedermayer
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-  integer.c, integer.h                  Michael Niedermayer
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-  lzo                                   Reimar Doeffinger
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-  mathematics.c, mathematics.h          Michael Niedermayer
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-  mem.c, mem.h                          Michael Niedermayer
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-  opencl.c, opencl.h                    Wei Gao
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-  opt.c, opt.h                          Michael Niedermayer
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-  rational.c, rational.h                Michael Niedermayer
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-  rc4                                   Reimar Doeffinger
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-  ripemd.c, ripemd.h                    James Almer
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-  timecode                              Clément Bœsch
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-
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-
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-libavcodec
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-==========
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-
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-Generic Parts:
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-  External Interfaces:
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-    avcodec.h                           Michael Niedermayer
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-  utility code:
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-    utils.c                             Michael Niedermayer
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-  audio and video frame extraction:
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-    parser.c                            Michael Niedermayer
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-  bitstream reading:
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-    bitstream.c, bitstream.h            Michael Niedermayer
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-  CABAC:
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-    cabac.h, cabac.c                    Michael Niedermayer
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-  codec names:
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-    codec_names.sh                      Nicolas George
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-  DSP utilities:
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-    dsputils.c, dsputils.h              Michael Niedermayer
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-  entropy coding:
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-    rangecoder.c, rangecoder.h          Michael Niedermayer
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-    lzw.*                               Michael Niedermayer
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-  floating point AAN DCT:
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-    faandct.c, faandct.h                Michael Niedermayer
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-    golomb.c, golomb.h                  Michael Niedermayer
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-  LPC:
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-    lpc.c, lpc.h                        Justin Ruggles
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-  motion estimation:
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-    motion*                             Michael Niedermayer
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-  rate control:
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-    ratecontrol.c                       Michael Niedermayer
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-    libxvid_rc.c                        Michael Niedermayer
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-  simple IDCT:
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-    simple_idct.c, simple_idct.h        Michael Niedermayer
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-  postprocessing:
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-    libpostproc/*                       Michael Niedermayer
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-  table generation:
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-    tableprint.c, tableprint.h          Reimar Doeffinger
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-  fixed point FFT:
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-    fft*                                Zeljko Lukac
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-  Text Subtitles                        Clément Bœsch
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-
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-Codecs:
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-  4xm.c                                 Michael Niedermayer
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-  8bps.c                                Roberto Togni
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-  8svx.c                                Jaikrishnan Menon
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-  aacenc*, aaccoder.c                   Rostislav Pehlivanov
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-  aasc.c                                Kostya Shishkov
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-  ac3*                                  Justin Ruggles
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-  alacenc.c                             Jaikrishnan Menon
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-  alsdec.c                              Thilo Borgmann
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-  apedec.c                              Kostya Shishkov
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-  ass*                                  Aurelien Jacobs
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-  asv*                                  Michael Niedermayer
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-  atrac3*                               Benjamin Larsson
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-  atrac3plus*                           Maxim Poliakovski
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-  bgmc.c, bgmc.h                        Thilo Borgmann
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-  bink.c                                Kostya Shishkov
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-  binkaudio.c                           Peter Ross
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-  bmp.c                                 Mans Rullgard, Kostya Shishkov
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-  cavs*                                 Stefan Gehrer
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-  cdxl.c                                Paul B Mahol
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-  celp_filters.*                        Vitor Sessak
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-  cinepak.c                             Roberto Togni
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-  cinepakenc.c                          Rl / Aetey G.T. AB
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-  ccaption_dec.c                        Anshul Maheshwari
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-  cljr                                  Alex Beregszaszi
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-  cllc.c                                Derek Buitenhuis
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-  cook.c, cookdata.h                    Benjamin Larsson
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-  cpia.c                                Stephan Hilb
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-  crystalhd.c                           Philip Langdale
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-  cscd.c                                Reimar Doeffinger
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-  dca.c                                 Kostya Shishkov, Benjamin Larsson
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-  dnxhd*                                Baptiste Coudurier
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-  dpcm.c                                Mike Melanson
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-  dss_sp.c                              Oleksij Rempel, Michael Niedermayer
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-  dv.c                                  Roman Shaposhnik
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-  dvbsubdec.c                           Anshul Maheshwari
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-  dxa.c                                 Kostya Shishkov
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-  eacmv*, eaidct*, eat*                 Peter Ross
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-  evrc*                                 Paul B Mahol
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-  exif.c, exif.h                        Thilo Borgmann
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-  ffv1*                                 Michael Niedermayer
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-  ffwavesynth.c                         Nicolas George
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-  flac*                                 Justin Ruggles
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-  flashsv*                              Benjamin Larsson
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-  flicvideo.c                           Mike Melanson
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-  g722.c                                Martin Storsjo
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-  g726.c                                Roman Shaposhnik
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-  gifdec.c                              Baptiste Coudurier
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-  h261*                                 Michael Niedermayer
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-  h263*                                 Michael Niedermayer
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-  h264*                                 Loren Merritt, Michael Niedermayer
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-  huffyuv*                              Michael Niedermayer, Christophe Gisquet
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-  idcinvideo.c                          Mike Melanson
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-  imc*                                  Benjamin Larsson
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-  indeo2*                               Kostya Shishkov
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-  indeo5*                               Kostya Shishkov
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-  interplayvideo.c                      Mike Melanson
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-  ivi*                                  Kostya Shishkov
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-  jacosub*                              Clément Bœsch
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-  jpeg2000*                             Nicolas Bertrand
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-  jpeg_ls.c                             Kostya Shishkov
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-  jvdec.c                               Peter Ross
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-  kmvc.c                                Kostya Shishkov
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-  lcl*.c                                Roberto Togni, Reimar Doeffinger
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-  libcelt_dec.c                         Nicolas George
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-  libdirac*                             David Conrad
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-  libgsm.c                              Michel Bardiaux
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-  libkvazaar.c                          Arttu Ylä-Outinen
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-  libopenjpeg.c                         Jaikrishnan Menon
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-  libopenjpegenc.c                      Michael Bradshaw
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-  libschroedinger*                      David Conrad
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-  libspeexdec.c                         Justin Ruggles
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-  libtheoraenc.c                        David Conrad
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-  libutvideo*                           Derek Buitenhuis
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-  libvorbis.c                           David Conrad
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-  libvpx*                               James Zern
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-  libx264.c                             Mans Rullgard, Jason Garrett-Glaser
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-  libx265.c                             Derek Buitenhuis
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-  libxavs.c                             Stefan Gehrer
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-  libzvbi-teletextdec.c                 Marton Balint
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-  loco.c                                Kostya Shishkov
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-  lzo.h, lzo.c                          Reimar Doeffinger
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-  mdec.c                                Michael Niedermayer
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-  mimic.c                               Ramiro Polla
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-  mjpeg*.c                              Michael Niedermayer
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-  mlp*                                  Ramiro Polla
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-  mmvideo.c                             Peter Ross
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-  mpc*                                  Kostya Shishkov
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-  mpeg12.c, mpeg12data.h                Michael Niedermayer
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-  mpegvideo.c, mpegvideo.h              Michael Niedermayer
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-  mqc*                                  Nicolas Bertrand
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-  msmpeg4.c, msmpeg4data.h              Michael Niedermayer
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-  msrle.c                               Mike Melanson
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-  msvideo1.c                            Mike Melanson
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-  nellymoserdec.c                       Benjamin Larsson
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-  nuv.c                                 Reimar Doeffinger
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-  nvenc.c                               Timo Rothenpieler
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-  paf.*                                 Paul B Mahol
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-  pcx.c                                 Ivo van Poorten
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-  pgssubdec.c                           Reimar Doeffinger
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-  ptx.c                                 Ivo van Poorten
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-  qcelp*                                Reynaldo H. Verdejo Pinochet
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-  qdm2.c, qdm2data.h                    Roberto Togni, Benjamin Larsson
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-  qdrw.c                                Kostya Shishkov
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-  qpeg.c                                Kostya Shishkov
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-  qsv*                                  Ivan Uskov
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-  qtrle.c                               Mike Melanson
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-  ra144.c, ra144.h, ra288.c, ra288.h    Roberto Togni
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-  resample2.c                           Michael Niedermayer
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-  rl2.c                                 Sascha Sommer
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-  rpza.c                                Roberto Togni
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-  rtjpeg.c, rtjpeg.h                    Reimar Doeffinger
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-  rv10.c                                Michael Niedermayer
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-  rv3*                                  Kostya Shishkov
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-  rv4*                                  Kostya Shishkov, Christophe Gisquet
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-  s3tc*                                 Ivo van Poorten
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-  smacker.c                             Kostya Shishkov
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-  smc.c                                 Mike Melanson
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-  smvjpegdec.c                          Ash Hughes
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-  snow*                                 Michael Niedermayer, Loren Merritt
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-  sonic.c                               Alex Beregszaszi
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-  srt*                                  Aurelien Jacobs
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-  sunrast.c                             Ivo van Poorten
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-  svq3.c                                Michael Niedermayer
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-  tak*                                  Paul B Mahol
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-  targa.c                               Kostya Shishkov
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-  tiff.c                                Kostya Shishkov
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-  truemotion1*                          Mike Melanson
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-  truemotion2*                          Kostya Shishkov
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-  truespeech.c                          Kostya Shishkov
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-  tscc.c                                Kostya Shishkov
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-  tta.c                                 Alex Beregszaszi, Jaikrishnan Menon
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-  ttaenc.c                              Paul B Mahol
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-  txd.c                                 Ivo van Poorten
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-  ulti*                                 Kostya Shishkov
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-  v410*.c                               Derek Buitenhuis
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-  vb.c                                  Kostya Shishkov
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-  vble.c                                Derek Buitenhuis
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-  vc1*                                  Kostya Shishkov, Christophe Gisquet
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-  vcr1.c                                Michael Niedermayer
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-  vda_h264_dec.c                        Xidorn Quan
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-  vima.c                                Paul B Mahol
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-  vorbisdec.c                           Denes Balatoni, David Conrad
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-  vorbisenc.c                           Oded Shimon
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-  vp3*                                  Mike Melanson
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-  vp5                                   Aurelien Jacobs
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-  vp8                                   David Conrad, Jason Garrett-Glaser, Ronald Bultje
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-  vqavideo.c                            Mike Melanson
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-  wavpack.c                             Kostya Shishkov
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-  wmaprodec.c                           Sascha Sommer
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-  wmavoice.c                            Ronald S. Bultje
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-  wmv2.c                                Michael Niedermayer
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-  wnv1.c                                Kostya Shishkov
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-  xan.c                                 Mike Melanson
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-  xbm*                                  Paul B Mahol
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-  xface                                 Stefano Sabatini
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-  xl.c                                  Kostya Shishkov
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-  xvmc.c                                Ivan Kalvachev
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-  xwd*                                  Paul B Mahol
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-  zerocodec.c                           Derek Buitenhuis
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-
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-Hardware acceleration:
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-  crystalhd.c                           Philip Langdale
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-  dxva2*                                Hendrik Leppkes, Laurent Aimar
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-  vaapi*                                Gwenole Beauchesne
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-  vdpau*                                Philip Langdale, Carl Eugen Hoyos
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-libavdevice
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-===========
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-  External Interface:
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-  avfoundation.m                        Thilo Borgmann
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-  decklink*                             Deti Fliegl
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-  fbdev_enc.c                           Lukasz Marek
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-  gdigrab.c                             Roger Pack (CC rogerdpack@gmail.com)
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-  iec61883.c                            Georg Lippitsch
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-  lavfi                                 Stefano Sabatini
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-  libdc1394.c                           Roman Shaposhnik
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-  opengl_enc.c                          Lukasz Marek
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-  pulse_audio_enc.c                     Lukasz Marek
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-  qtkit.m                               Thilo Borgmann
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-  sdl                                   Stefano Sabatini
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-  v4l2.c                                Giorgio Vazzana
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-  vfwcap.c                              Ramiro Polla
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-  xv.c                                  Lukasz Marek
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-libavfilter
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-===========
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-
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-Generic parts:
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-  graphdump.c                           Nicolas George
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-Filters:
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-  f_drawgraph.c                         Paul B Mahol
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-  af_adelay.c                           Paul B Mahol
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-  af_aecho.c                            Paul B Mahol
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-  af_afade.c                            Paul B Mahol
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-  af_amerge.c                           Nicolas George
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-  af_aphaser.c                          Paul B Mahol
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-  af_aresample.c                        Michael Niedermayer
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-  af_astats.c                           Paul B Mahol
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-  af_astreamsync.c                      Nicolas George
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-  af_atempo.c                           Pavel Koshevoy
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-  af_biquads.c                          Paul B Mahol
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-  af_chorus.c                           Paul B Mahol
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-  af_compand.c                          Paul B Mahol
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-  af_ladspa.c                           Paul B Mahol
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-  af_pan.c                              Nicolas George
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-  af_sidechaincompress.c                Paul B Mahol
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-  af_silenceremove.c                    Paul B Mahol
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-  avf_aphasemeter.c                     Paul B Mahol
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-  avf_avectorscope.c                    Paul B Mahol
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-  avf_showcqt.c                         Muhammad Faiz
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-  vf_blend.c                            Paul B Mahol
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-  vf_colorchannelmixer.c                Paul B Mahol
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-  vf_colorbalance.c                     Paul B Mahol
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-  vf_colorkey.c                         Timo Rothenpieler
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-  vf_colorlevels.c                      Paul B Mahol
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-  vf_deband.c                           Paul B Mahol
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-  vf_dejudder.c                         Nicholas Robbins
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-  vf_delogo.c                           Jean Delvare (CC <khali@linux-fr.org>)
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-  vf_drawbox.c/drawgrid                 Andrey Utkin
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-  vf_extractplanes.c                    Paul B Mahol
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-  vf_histogram.c                        Paul B Mahol
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-  vf_hqx.c                              Clément Bœsch
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-  vf_idet.c                             Pascal Massimino
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-  vf_il.c                               Paul B Mahol
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-  vf_lenscorrection.c                   Daniel Oberhoff
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-  vf_mergeplanes.c                      Paul B Mahol
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-  vf_neighbor.c                         Paul B Mahol
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-  vf_psnr.c                             Paul B Mahol
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-  vf_random.c                           Paul B Mahol
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-  vf_scale.c                            Michael Niedermayer
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-  vf_separatefields.c                   Paul B Mahol
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-  vf_ssim.c                             Paul B Mahol
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-  vf_stereo3d.c                         Paul B Mahol
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-  vf_telecine.c                         Paul B Mahol
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-  vf_yadif.c                            Michael Niedermayer
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-  vf_zoompan.c                          Paul B Mahol
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-Sources:
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-  vsrc_mandelbrot.c                     Michael Niedermayer
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-libavformat
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-Generic parts:
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-  External Interface:
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-    libavformat/avformat.h              Michael Niedermayer
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-  Utility Code:
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-    libavformat/utils.c                 Michael Niedermayer
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-Muxers/Demuxers:
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-  4xm.c                                 Mike Melanson
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-  aadec.c                               Vesselin Bontchev (vesselin.bontchev at yandex dot com)
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-  adtsenc.c                             Robert Swain
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-  afc.c                                 Paul B Mahol
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-  aiffdec.c                             Baptiste Coudurier, Matthieu Bouron
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-  aiffenc.c                             Baptiste Coudurier, Matthieu Bouron
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-  ape.c                                 Kostya Shishkov
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-  apngdec.c                             Benoit Fouet
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-  ass*                                  Aurelien Jacobs
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-  astdec.c                              Paul B Mahol
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-  astenc.c                              James Almer
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-  avi*                                  Michael Niedermayer
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-  avisynth.c                            AvxSynth Team (avxsynth.testing at gmail dot com)
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-  avr.c                                 Paul B Mahol
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-  bink.c                                Peter Ross
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-  brstm.c                               Paul B Mahol
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-  caf*                                  Peter Ross
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-  cdxl.c                                Paul B Mahol
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-  crc.c                                 Michael Niedermayer
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-  daud.c                                Reimar Doeffinger
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-  dss.c                                 Oleksij Rempel, Michael Niedermayer
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-  dtshddec.c                            Paul B Mahol
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-  dv.c                                  Roman Shaposhnik
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-  dxa.c                                 Kostya Shishkov
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-  electronicarts.c                      Peter Ross
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-  epafdec.c                             Paul B Mahol
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-  ffm*                                  Baptiste Coudurier
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-  flac*                                 Justin Ruggles
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-  flic.c                                Mike Melanson
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-  flvdec.c, flvenc.c                    Michael Niedermayer
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-  gxf.c                                 Reimar Doeffinger
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-  gxfenc.c                              Baptiste Coudurier
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-  hls.c                                 Anssi Hannula
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-  hls encryption (hlsenc.c)             Christian Suloway
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-  idcin.c                               Mike Melanson
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-  idroqdec.c                            Mike Melanson
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-  iff.c                                 Jaikrishnan Menon
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-  img2*.c                               Michael Niedermayer
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-  ipmovie.c                             Mike Melanson
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-  ircam*                                Paul B Mahol
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-  iss.c                                 Stefan Gehrer
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-  jacosub*                              Clément Bœsch
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-  jvdec.c                               Peter Ross
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-  libmodplug.c                          Clément Bœsch
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-  libnut.c                              Oded Shimon
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-  lmlm4.c                               Ivo van Poorten
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-  lvfdec.c                              Paul B Mahol
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-  lxfdec.c                              Tomas Härdin
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-  matroska.c                            Aurelien Jacobs
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-  matroskadec.c                         Aurelien Jacobs
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-  matroskaenc.c                         David Conrad
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-  matroska subtitles (matroskaenc.c)    John Peebles
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-  metadata*                             Aurelien Jacobs
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-  mgsts.c                               Paul B Mahol
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-  microdvd*                             Aurelien Jacobs
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-  mm.c                                  Peter Ross
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-  mov.c                                 Michael Niedermayer, Baptiste Coudurier
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-  movenc.c                              Baptiste Coudurier, Matthieu Bouron
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-  mpc.c                                 Kostya Shishkov
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-  mpeg.c                                Michael Niedermayer
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-  mpegenc.c                             Michael Niedermayer
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-  mpegts.c                              Marton Balint
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-  mpegtsenc.c                           Baptiste Coudurier
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-  msnwc_tcp.c                           Ramiro Polla
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-  mtv.c                                 Reynaldo H. Verdejo Pinochet
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-  mxf*                                  Baptiste Coudurier
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-  mxfdec.c                              Tomas Härdin
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-  nistspheredec.c                       Paul B Mahol
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-  nsvdec.c                              Francois Revol
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-  nut*                                  Michael Niedermayer
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-  nuv.c                                 Reimar Doeffinger
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-  oggdec.c, oggdec.h                    David Conrad
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-  oggenc.c                              Baptiste Coudurier
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-  oggparse*.c                           David Conrad
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-  oma.c                                 Maxim Poliakovski
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-  paf.c                                 Paul B Mahol
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-  psxstr.c                              Mike Melanson
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-  pva.c                                 Ivo van Poorten
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-  pvfdec.c                              Paul B Mahol
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-  r3d.c                                 Baptiste Coudurier
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-  raw.c                                 Michael Niedermayer
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-  rdt.c                                 Ronald S. Bultje
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-  rl2.c                                 Sascha Sommer
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-  rmdec.c, rmenc.c                      Ronald S. Bultje, Kostya Shishkov
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-  rtmp*                                 Kostya Shishkov
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-  rtp.c, rtpenc.c                       Martin Storsjo
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-  rtpdec_ac3.*                          Gilles Chanteperdrix
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-  rtpdec_dv.*                           Thomas Volkert
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-  rtpdec_h261.*, rtpenc_h261.*          Thomas Volkert
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-  rtpdec_hevc.*, rtpenc_hevc.*          Thomas Volkert
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-  rtpdec_mpa_robust.*                   Gilles Chanteperdrix