julesrichardsonuk at yahoo.co.uk
Tue Mar 13 09:25:15 CDT 2007
Jay West wrote:
> Ashley wrote....
>> After that, I used a video converter program to convert from mp4 to mpg.
>> They apparently are different formats.
> The mpg extension doesn't (I don't THINK) designate mpg1, mpg2, mpg3, or
One trick I found, which I was surprised at, was that you seem to be able to
'cat' several mpeg files together into one and a player will happily play the
entirety of the subsequent file. Weird; I mean most formats expect a single
header and some data, but mpeg seems to be able to cope just fine with lots of
header and data segments.
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