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Old 29th July 2017, 11:14   #1  |  Link
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MKV filesystem for VapourSynth

Hi everyone,

I wanted something similar in concept to AVFS but based on MKV and running on Linux-based systems. So far only a proof of concept. It is slower than yuvpipe and still has some rough edges but in case anyone else has a need for something like it:
https://github.com/fluxamp/vsmkv
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Interesting, I'll definitely take a look at the code later.

But when do you need virtual files in Linux? Which software does this help with?
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I admit that it's a very niche use case. It was just slightly more convenient (and interesting) to do it this way
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I think MOV format would be more useful
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Still got some points on my todo list for the MKV implementation (currently working on cues for faster skipping). But thanks for the suggestion - I might have a look at MP4/MOV afterwards.
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Also- this feature is useful to link some pro apps (and other which don't support piping) with vapoursynth. In this case MOV is mostly supported container, but it would need to work on PC and Mac also.
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