[c:\weu]weu.exe /svyc2 *.jpg
WEU - Wave Extraction Utility
v0.5 , October 04, 1999
Stéphane Charette, firstname.lastname@example.org
-> opening P0003172.JPG to read 348744 bytes
-> looking for WAVE.......
-> found WAVE at offset 0x703d, 25908 bytes
-> found WAVE format tag:
-> format length is 20 bytes
-> format type is 17, 0x0011 (Intel DVI/IMA)
-> number of channels is 1
-> sample rate is 11025
-> average bytes per second is 5588
-> block alignment is 256
-> bits per sample is 4
-> creating P0003172.WAV
-> closing P0003172.WAV
-> converting file to 16-bit WAVE-PCM format
-> compressed sound data length is 25856 bytes
-> uncompressed sound data length is 102010 bytes
-> writing converted file to P0003172.WAV
The sound files generated by the Kodak cameras are not directly supported under OS/2. This is because the
.WAV files are in Intel DVI/IMA format (supported only in Win9x) instead of the standard PCM (Pulse-Coded Modulation) format.
WEU uses Erik de Castro Lopo's generic sound file library, LibSndFile, to convert between different sound formats. This is how the Intel DVI/IMA sound files are converted to plain PCM format for use in OS/2.