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I’m trying to decode the JPG file, the entire header part is correctly read. During the reading of the photo body itself SOS, 0xFFDA at some point, the function for finding the correspondence in the Huffman table goes into an infinite loop.
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If you look at the file in the hex editor, you can find the following sequence of bytes at the error location:. The first bit has already been used by the past MCU, now it’s 15 ‘ones’ in a row and then zero.
In the corresponding Huffman table, the maximum code is 8 r81 and one zero. I concluded that the byte 7F was just filled with ones until the end.
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But this is not the end of the file. How can I find out when I need to skip a byte, and when not? 8t1
Algorithm of decode AC coefficient was not very clear. I changed loop condition from index!
It should always either decode or ith an error.
I hope he’s not using my JPEG source code. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook.