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Subject: Re: Video Pause
From: BlueChip (
Date: 2004-02-18

>BlueChip wrote:
>>Just a thought....
>>When we hit pause, the display shows the current "frame" - which is
>>essentially just a bunch of random dots - I appreciate why this happens
>>...Would it possible during "pause" to loop through the frames currently
>>in RAM and thus generate a viewable frame ...I understand that it would
>>not be perfect, but it seems like a reasonable idea at a first look.
>This is just me, but it occurs to me that the best way would be to have an
>optional part of the file, that kinda... holds frames.
>Not having looked at the file format at all, I'm only stabbing in the dark
>here, but you could say "well, this slection of blitted frames produces
>this source frame", so that the image created by the eye doesn't move when
>those frames are looped.
>That might not make sense...

Sounds like the GOP structure in a DVD stream.


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