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Byte[] to Video Playback

 
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Hi all,

I have many binary files which represent the individual frames for video. When I load the files into a byte[], how is it possible to display it on the screen as though it's like a video playback? In addition, I would want to click on the frame and get back the x & y location. Is it possible to do it? Thank you.

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Well first you have to know what format the data is in. How did you get the individual files? Are they just bitmaps or what?
 
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