Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Video Converter Windows GUI
Re: Video Converter Windows GUI
From: Uwe Freese <mail_at_uwe-freese.de>
Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2004 12:53:46 +0100
John Wunder wrote on Friday, February 20, 2004, 2:12:00 AM:
JW> On Thu, 19 Feb 2004 15:29:49 +0100, Uwe Freese <mail_at_uwe-freese.de> wrote:
>> Read the first Bytes. If the file starts with "RIFF", it's w WAV. You
>> can use StripHdr.exe (command line prog) from WinDac to strip off the
>> wav header, or do it yourself in with your GUI program (WAV header is
>> 48(?) bytes).
JW> Yeah, I'm replying to the same thing twice. Sue me. Anyway, both start
JW> with RIFF. Apparently avi2wav thinks it's extracting a wav so puts the
JW> wav header on it. So I tested it. Made 2 short clips of AVI, one with
JW> PCM audio and one with MP3 audio. Extracted both with avi2wav. Both had
JW> similar headers:
JW> WAV: RIFF~²' WAVEfmt D¬ ± dataX²'
JW> MP3: RIFF WAVEfmt U "V X ¶ qdataP
JW> (In hex of course...this is just what I got in notepad cause I don't have
JW> a hex editor).
Ah, ok, MP3 with WAV header then.
The WAV header is 58 bytes long. Look at byte 59+60. If it starts with
11 "1" bits, it's the sync word of an mp3. Then you strip off the
first 58 bytes and feed this mp3 file into lame.
Received on 2004-02-20