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reading an .avi file using C/ extracting individual frames from an avi file

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I am trying to read an avi file using C in linux. I wrote a program using "fread' and got some values. Some were correct.

I would like to know the steps to go about reading the avi file format and  extracting frames from an avi file. This would be of great help.



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If you want to use a library to do this,see:

http://www.cs.cornell.edu/dali/api/avi-c.html
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