#4 RIFF-ADTS format support

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nobody
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2003-06-09
2002-02-05
Anonymous
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The problem with the AAC bitstreams is that ADIF and
ADTS are mutually exclusive. For seeking, ADTS is
necessary, but that leaves out any yseful header with
duration info, etc...
There is currently a de-facto standard used by several
encoders, and supported by several players, called
riff-adts, which is simply a RIFF header with an ADTS
payload.
Let me know if you plan on supporting this. If not, I
could provide a patch for the current library to
support it.

Discussion

  • menno

    menno - 2002-02-05

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    OK, that shouldn't be too hard. Would such a file be
    named .wav or still .aac?
    Can you send me some more info?

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    Why can't?
    I use faac.exe to change the *.wav to *.aac,
    but the *.aac can't be changed into *.wav using faad.exe.

    What kind of aac does the faad.exe support?

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    Why can't?
    I use faac.exe to change *.wav to *.aac,
    but the *.aac can't be rechanged into *.wav using faad.exe.

    What kind of aac does the faad.exe support?

     
  • menno

    menno - 2003-06-09

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    The latest in_mp4 plugin supports seeking in ADIF as well as
    ADTS. I've still to see a RIFF file with AAC payload.

    Menno

     
  • menno

    menno - 2003-06-09
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