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Is there a way to determine if a file uses MPEG-4 Part 10 encoding? I have series of files which use this encoding but the file extension is the same as other file formats that we don't support so I want to positively identify for this specific encoding and I want to do this before handing it off to the player. I've search for the tag words MPEG-4, MPEG4, Part 10, AVCHD, H.264, header, signature, HDMV, as well as combinations of those words.
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Kenneth Haugland 19-Aug-12 19:55pm    
I guess you have seen this than: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MPEG-4
Looks like its specified in a ISO standard, but I cant really tell :)
Michael Bergman 20-Aug-12 11:58am    
Yes, I've looked at it briefly. I may have to go back and slog through the standard document, but, being the lazy person that I am, I was hoping there was a simpler way to get to the information I want. Thanks.

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