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How to save data from video file into array

Tarun Batra asked:

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Here is mine to parse the file video file

int parsingmain1(char *Filepath){
	 FILE* infile;

    uint8_t* buf = (uint8_t*)malloc(BUFSIZE );

    h264_stream_t* h = h264_new();

    /*if (argc < 2) { usage(); return EXIT_FAILURE; }*/
	 infile = fopen(Filepath, "rb");

    if (infile == NULL) { fprintf( stderr, "!! Error: could not open file: %s \n", strerror(errno)); exit(EXIT_FAILURE); }
	h264_dbgfile = fopen ("C:\\myfile.txt","w");
   /* if (h264_dbgfile == NULL) { h264_dbgfile = stdout; }*/
    int opt_verbose = 1;
    int opt_probe = 0;
	 size_t rsz = 0;
    size_t sz = 0;
    int64_t off = 0;
    uint8_t* p = buf;

    int nal_start, nal_end;
	   while (1)
        rsz = fread(buf + sz, 1, BUFSIZE - sz, infile);
        if (rsz == 0)
            if (ferror(infile)) { fprintf( stderr, "!! Error: read failed: %s \n", strerror(errno)); break; }
            break;  // if (feof(infile)) 

        sz += rsz;

        while (find_nal_unit(p, sz, &nal_start, &nal_end) > 0)
            //here i want to save the data from the file of which i have given the path into an array(2d or 1d) of length specified by nal_start and nal_end
return 0;

Please provide the pseudo code
Tags: C++, C, Visual-Studio, file


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