Dirac is a state of the art video codec that provides general-purpose video compression and decompression tools. It is cross-platform and written in ANSI standard C++. Currently Dirac is in alpha (early development). It is principally command line but there is an experimental support for Windows Media Player and MPlayer. Ultimately Dirac will support a variety of players on different platforms. For more information visit the home page, in particular the FAQ at http://dirac.sourceforge.net/faq.html.
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