FourCC Format

Avi format can store both a data stream of video and several audio streams. The exact format of these flows is not the subject of the AVI format and interpreted by an external program called codec. That is, the audio and video in AVI files can be in any format (AC3/DivX, or MP3/Xvid, among others). That’s why he is considered a container format. Recently Samsung sought to clarify these questions. For all flows can be played simultaneously need to be stored in an interleaved (interleave). Thus, each file fragment has enough information to play a few frames together with the corresponding sound. Note that the AVI format supports multiple audio data streams, which in practice means that can contain multiple soundtracks in different languages. It is the media player will decide which of these flows should be played, according to user preferences. AVI files are divided into distinct pieces called chunks. Each chunk has an associated identifier called FourCC tag.The first piece is called heading and your role is to describe meta-information about the file, for example, the dimensions of the image and the frame rate per second. The second chunk contains the audio streams and video intertwined. Optionally, there may be a third chunk that acts as an index for the remaining chunks..

Premio Cecil B. DeMille

I’m not modernilla. I admit it. With 14 years listening to my friends and I to Male G Frank Sinatra. I’m a geek. If. At that time I obsessed films of the 40s. Loved Rita Hayworth, musicals, Gene Kelly. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Node. So I’m not modernilla. I do not believe that there is a generation Nocilla, literary speaking. No direct generations. People are not fighting a common front. Nobody gathers in cafes Progres. No. The most that there are blogs with their modest function. And each person writing down what you like, what he believes may have outlet, or it leaves the nose because that is not writing to explode. El Premio Cecil B. DeMille in honor of the film history annually since 1952 by the Critics Association HFPA (Hollywood Foreign Press Association) at the ceremony of the Golden Globe awards in Hollywood, California.
Was named in honor of Cecil B. DeMille (1881-1959), one of the most successful producers of the film industry.
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