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Smpeg

SDL MPEG
Developer(s) Loki Software
Initial release 2000
Stable release 0.4.5 / July 17, 2001 (2001-07-17)
Development status Active
Written in C
License LGPL
Website //smpeg.orgicculus

The SDL MPEG library was developed by Loki Software. It follows the MPEG-1 standard rather than MPEG-2 because MPEG-2 is restricted by software patents in the United States of America. It uses the LGPL.

External links

  • Old SMPEG Website
  • Current SMPEG Website
  • dumpmpeg - a program to dump frames from mpeg movies (still in beta state)
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