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Is there a route into an existing Replay CODEC from any "modern" video format? Preferably one that does not need some expensive/rare/26-bit only piece of hardware.

I know that wouldn't solve the hosting problem but we might find some helpful RO-friendly site to do that - the bandwidth demands for Replay would, sadly, not be high after all.

I have a pristine copy of the Replay Starter Kit here but it's all so horribly dated - it assumes analogue video cameras through dedicated podules. If we had an importer front-end (in software) we could consume video captured (or transcoded) using other systems (like a DV camera through a Mac or whatever).

 is a RISC OS UserTonyStill on 31/10/06 9:59PM
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