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On 2013-09-19 17:18, hermann meyer wrote:
ah yeah, sorry. pleas do s/aeolus/zita-convolver/g in my answer.
> As well, we didn't "add" ffmpeg support to zita-convolver, we
i'm not sure what you mean.
zita-convolver depends on FFTW3 for doing the FFTs.
if you "replace fftw3 with ffmpeg", you create modifications to
zita-convolves to not use fftw3 anymore (in some special
circumstances), and instead use ffmpeg's FFT (whether as a library or
statically compiled in).
in any case, this seems to be a substantial change to some parts of
zita-convolver, so you should definitely add your copyright to the
files you modified (substantially).
> we didn't distribute it as "zita-convolver library"
it seems that you did distribute it "in some form" (else what are we
MuseScore doesn't distribute a disfigured version of "Aeolus" in order
to pile praise upon themselves and/or to denounce fons. they
distribute "MuseScore" which comes bundled with a version of Aeolus
that integrates into their system.
similar goes for Maurizio: he has a project called "oscAeolus" which
makes it quite clear that it is a derivative of Aeolus (and not the
real thing itself).
> No useful patch is available.
i didn't say that contributing is easy.
more often than not it requires a lot of work and interaction with
upstream until you have prepared a patch that can be accepted.
what i did say is that you should make a useful patch available.
i'd love to see a zita-reverb that performs "ideally" on all platforms
(and that unfortunately includes ARM-systems by now)
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