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AVI to RIFF

Posted on 1997-07-12
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In the Borland 5 examples/owl/classes/animctrl/
directory there is an example program which displays
AVI files. These files are in the resource workshop
and can be seen as hex/RIFF. How do I convert my
AVI files to this text based fomat. THANKS  
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You don't need to convert AVI files to any format before adding them to resource. Try add string like
100 AVI DISCARDABLE "YourFile.avi"
in .RC file and good luck.
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