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Subject: Re: VP8 partition question
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You're not looking at the right place. For RTP packetization:
The right field is 'PartID' which takes 4bits. For more information:
'4.2. VP8 Payload Descriptor'
On Aug 3, 4:17=A0pm, chrisgNH <cgo...@iocom.com> wrote:
> RFC 6386 Talks about multiple data partitions, and states in part: "A
> two-bit L(2) is used to indicate the number of
> =A0 =A0coefficient data partitions within a compressed frame. =A0The two =
> =A0 =A0are defined in the following table..."
> My question is: Where are these two bits located in the data stream? =A0W=
> these 2 bits always be there - or only when there are more than the two
> default partitions? =A0I have VP8 encoding working, and I'm currently
> implementing RTP packetization. =A0I've looked at the ietf draft for VP8
> packetization as well. =A0While this does mention multiple data partition=
> and that they will be contiguous in the bitstream, I'm unclear as to how =
> determine if there are more than 2 partitions.
> Any help would be appreciated.