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#1 Posted : Thursday, August 17, 2017 1:15:28 PM(UTC)


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This project is an extension of the example found in HOW TO: Create DICOM files with H.264 compressed video. The purpose of this project is to illustrate how an existing media file can be split to generate valid DICOM files with H.264 compression. The H.264 video data cannot exceed 4 GB, so the demo uses some fuzzy math to keep the output data underneath the 4 GB output limit. In testing this project, I mainly used H.264 compressed input files.

The project will attempt to use existing H.264 compressed data without recompression where possible. If the data is not H.264 compressed (MPEG-2 for example), the data will be recompressed.

Included with this project is a video photography template dataset as a baseline. This project also illustrates how the dataset information can be updated prior to adding video data to the file. Ideally, this should be done before adding the video data since the file will be copied internally by the LEADTOOLS DICOM library methods.

The attached Visual Studio 2017 C# project uses LEADTOOLS Medical Imaging 19 and LEADTOOLS Multimedia 19 features. To run the project, please extract it to the following directory:
C:\LEADTOOLS 19\Examples\posts\t12279
File Attachment(s):
VideoSplitterToDicomH264.zip (39kb) downloaded 65 time(s).
Walter Bates
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LEAD Technologies, Inc.

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