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Chuck8446-Jun-21 9:47
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I have an application that receives messages from a network that describe object events and status (think of a CAN Bus data logging type of application).

My plan is to record 'change' events (actual change as opposed to re-transmit) to disk along with 'key frames' (status of all objects) to allow later playback of the data. Data format is not predetermined. I'll work with whatever is the best fit.

I am looking for code that would support playback controls such as 'play', 'pause', 'rewind', 'start playing at <time>', 'fast forward', etc.

My searching of the web gets me lots of things having to do with audio and video playback but nothing in the area of arbitrary data playback.

I can 'roll my own' but a head start would be helpful.

Thanks in advance for your thoughts ...
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