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H323_RFC2190_H263Codec::RtpCallback

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Hi,

I have a put a break-point inside the H323_RFC2190_H263Codec::RtpCallback function in order to analyze the packets going out.
I noticed that in every packets the last few bytes (usually 1 to 3 bytes from the end of the data) are zero, while when transmitted over the network they are not zero.

Further tracing showed that these bytes are actually updated (I guess by the codec) before the following call to H323_RFC2190_H263Codec::RtpCallback.

Can someone please explain this behavior?
I believe this means that the data received in H323_RFC2190_H263Codec::RtpCallback is exactly correct.

Thanks,
Dan



 

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