Commit f643a4cc authored by Monty's avatar Monty

Update CHANGES file

Correct one last misleading caption in the stream documentation, pending 
the more complete examples rewrite langing post 1.2.0


svn path=/trunk/ogg/; revision=17033
parent f4c64951
Version 1.2.0 (2010 March 25)
* Alter default flushing behavior to span less often and use larger page
sizes when packet sizes are large.
* Build fixes for additional compilers
* Documentation updates
Version 1.1.4 (2009 June 24)
* New async error reporting mechanism. Calls made after a fatal error are
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......@@ -462,7 +462,7 @@ preceding segment have terminated. </p>
<em>[More to come shortly; this section is currently being revised and expanded]</em>
<p>Below, we present an example of a grouped and chained bitstream:</p>
<p>Below, we present an example of a multiplexed and chained bitstream:</p>
<p><img src="stream.png" alt="stream"/></p>
......@@ -471,18 +471,15 @@ multiplexed into a physical bitstream. Note the following
characteristics:</p>
<ol>
<li>Grouped bitstreams begin together; all of the initial pages
must appear before any data pages. When concurrently multiplexed
groups are chained, the new group does not begin until all the
bitstreams in the previous group have terminated.</li>
<li>The pages of concurrently multiplexed bitstreams need not conform
to a regular order; the only requirement is that page <tt>n</tt> of a
logical bitstream follow page <tt>n-1</tt> in the physical bitstream.
There are no restrictions on intervening pages belonging to other
logical bitstreams. (Tying page appearance to bitrate demands is one
logical strategy, ie, the page appears at the chronological point
where decode requires more information).</li>
<li>Multiplexed bitstreams in a given link begin together; all of the
initial pages must appear before any data pages. When concurrently
multiplexed groups are chained, the new group does not begin until all
the bitstreams in the previous group have terminated.</li>
<li>The ordering of pages of concurrently multiplexed bitstreams is
goverened by timestamp (not shown here); there is no regular
interleaving order. Pages within a logical bitstream appear in
sequence order.</li>
</ol>
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