H.264 and Progressive Flash Video, QTIndexSwapper 1.4 update
The QTIndexSwapper v1.4 update is to support AIR v1.0 and a small 64 bit atom size parsing fix.
In connection with this update I am speaking at 360Flex Atlanta tomorrow. I’ll be showing how the QTIndexSwapper AIR application works. As well as demonstrating the use of H.264 metadata in the flash player. Not stopping there I went ahead and provide some classes for H.264 binary reading fun. The classes have been committed to a project called Metaphile. Metaphile was actually partially introduced during the last 360Flex conference in Seattle and was started by Ben Stucki (you should check his OpenFlux presentation out if you are at 360Flex). I added a MOVReader that reads out the “ilst” data from the “moov” atom from H.264 files. Basically it grabs iTunes type metadata out of H.264 formatted files, it even pulls out cover art that is embedded into the file.
Come to the 360Flex Atlanta session tomorrow to get a demo and more information about H.264 fun.