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Hey I am trying to read MPEG / AVI files on a microprocessor but I do not know the exact format of riff, header & chunk of the file.

I anyone knows how to interpret the MPEG / AVI file on a CRAM microprocessor please help me with the format/code.

Posted 26-Jul-11 22:12pm
Updated 26-Jul-11 22:41pm

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You can start here[^] for MPEG, and a similar search for WMV should get you the relevant details.
Comments 27-Jul-11 4:42am
ok. You just told to make a google search! I have been trying that but with no success. 27-Jul-11 4:45am
because on microprocessor the file opens in a format like
52 49 46 46 .....
So i need to know the exact number of bytes/offset for each element.
Richard MacCutchan 27-Jul-11 4:51am
The link works fine for me; just do a Google search for "mpeg format" and you will get details of the file formats. If you don't know how to manipulate the bytes of data within the file then I don't think this project is for you. 27-Jul-11 5:00am
Saying google search it, is not a solution. I think everyone does it.
If you really want to help then plz help OR else in my opinion I think you should plz keep your mouth shut.
Richard MacCutchan 27-Jul-11 5:04am
Of course it's a solution. You said you want to know the format of MPEG and WMV files, and I have shown you where to find it. Now it's up to you to stop whining and do some work for yourself.

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