[EDIT: i'm sorry that no content was provided in the initial post - there must have a compatibility issue with IE9 RC.]
The problem I'm experiencing is that using a specific MP4 file containing a H.264 video stream, the H.264 video decoder generates an access violation. The MP4 file has been created using handbrake (and I guess x264 video encoder internally.)
While decoding the bitstream, the decoder incorrectly identfies the type of a macrobloc and access memory ouside the buffer allocated for the bitstream.
The error disapears after setting the symbol CABAC_MAGIC_BITS to 0 in the file umc_h264_bitstream.h.
I'm using the IPP 7.0.2 with corresponding IPP base classes.
Do you have any idea about this problem ? Do you need the video file for reproduction ?
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