read an AVI using "Binary file reading" vi

My question is to know how to read an avi file using vi «The binary read»

My goal is to create a series of small avi files using IMAQ AVI write framework with the mpeg-4 codec to long 2 seconds (up to 40 images in each file with 20 frames per second) and then send them one by one in order to create a video stream. The image has entered USB camera. If I read these frameworks using IMAQ AVI read framework then compression advantage would be lost if I want to read the entire file itself.

I've read the avi file using "Binary file reading" with 8 bit unsigned data format and then sent to the remote end and save it and then post it, but it did not work. Later, I found that if I read an image using "Binary file reading" file with 8 bit unsigned data format and save it to local computer itself, the format should be changed and it would be unrecognizable. I'm doing wrong by reading the file format of number integer 8 bit unsined or should I have used other types of data.

I'm using Labview 8.5 and Labview vision development module and module vision 8.5 acquisition

Your help would be very appreciated.

Thank you.

Hello

Discover the help (complete) message to "write in binary.

"Precede the size of array or string" entry by default true, so in your example the data written to the file will be added at the beginning information on the size of the table and your output file will be (four bytes) longer than your input file. Wire a constant False "to precede the array or string of size" to avoid this problem.

Rod.

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