The linux version of BinkPlayer contains the following strings: D:\Devel\projects\bink\build\temps\lnx\fft.obj D:\Devel\projects\bink\build\temps\lnx\dct.obj
Probably it is worth to reverse engineer that program?
- The first version had lots more info in it, they forgot to strip it.--Merbanan 13:34, 14 January 2007 (EST)
How can one get the predefined huffman tree data? --avenger_teambg 04:23, 28 June 2009 (EDT)
- extract them from binary decoder or wait until FFmpeg get one ;). More precisely, search for huff4decodeXX tables, their bytes are actually codes - high nibble is code length, lower nibble is code (LSB to MSB) --Kostya 04:46, 28 June 2009 (EDT)