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    Default Displaying MPEG-4 frames

    By using an RTP stack on the iPhone, I would get all the video frames (MPEG-4) of a video stream ... right ?

    So, is there a way to display these frames on the screen without using the MediaPlayer ? A way to have the video in the application ?



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    Default Similar question, but for H.264 frames

    I have my own network protocol, not RTP, but I need to decode H.264, any idea how?

 

 

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