[AVT] avt

"Bill Cunningham" <billcu@citynet.net> Wed, 15 May 2002 00:51 UTC

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From: Bill Cunningham <billcu@citynet.net>
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Is AVT like AVI protocol? I know there are some short movies and sound with
this protocol. I believe it's called audio video interleaf.

Audio/Video Transport Working Group