Re: Bug#320067: ITP: vamps -- Vamps evaporates DVD compliant MPEG2 program streams by selectively copying audio and subpicture tracks and by re-quantizing the embedded elementary video stream.
On 27/07/05, MaXeR <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Tuesday 26 July 2005 23:09, Lars Wirzenius wrote:
> > ti, 2005-07-26 kello 21:36 +0200, Moratti Claudio kirjoitti:
> > > Description : Vamps evaporates DVD compliant MPEG2 program streams
> > > by selectively copying audio and subpicture tracks and by re-quantizing
> > > the embedded elementary video stream.
> > This short description is a bit long and it also leaves it unclear to me
> > what the program actually does.
> Right! I'm wrong =(
> vamps allow you to reduce the size of MPEG2 streams...
> It could be used for making a backup of video-Dvd.
> This program is not clean documented, but it is nedded by k9copy (I sent
> another ITP this evening).
> > The verb evaporate means, according the
> > WordNet dictionary:
> > v 1: lose or cause to lose liquid by vaporization leaving a more
> > eyes" syn: vaporise
> > At a guess, does vamps make MPEG2 streams smaller?
> yes! vamps do that!
> A new Description could be:
> Vamps is a tools for recompress and modify the structure of a DVD
> Vamps permits the backup of DVD (or MPEG2 streams)
As I remember you exclude the package name out of the description... so it's be
"Permits the backup of DVDs (or MPEG2 streams)"
"Tool to recompress and modify the structure of a DVD"
Someone: Correct me if i'm wrong...
> putting more details in the long description...
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