AW: [ogg-dev] packets and OGG pages
giles at xiph.org
Wed Mar 14 13:11:56 PDT 2007
On Wed, Mar 14, 2007 at 07:17:43PM +0000, Mathias Kunter wrote:
> OK, so given the fact that a page can also contain multiple packets this
> means that the lacing values of one page could be like the following example:
> 189 (something less than 255, indicating that a new packet starts now)
> [end of lacing values list]
> the second packet in this example is continued in the next ogg page because
> the end of this page has been reached before the packet finished.
That looks correct. the first packet terminates after 255+255+189 bytes.
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