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Associated article: FireWire: The IEEE 1394 Serial Bus

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Published source code accompanying the article by Thomas Tewell in which he discusses FireWire (also known as IEEE 1394) which may pave the way for a true convergence of consumer electronics and computers. Thomas presents a fully functional Win32 console application that takes a snapshot from the CCM-DS250 digital camera, converts it from a YUV format to a 24-bit device independent bitmap (DIB), and writes the DIB to a file. Also see SNAPSHOT.ZIP.

					_FireWire: The IEEE 1394 High-speed Serial Bus_
by Thomas Tewell

Listing One
typedef struct _ISOCH_DESCRIPTOR {
        struct _ISOCH_DESCRIPTOR  *Next;
        ULONG                      fulFlags;
        PVOID                      lpBuffer;
        ULONG                      ulLength;
        ULONG                      ulSynchronize;
        ULONG                      ulCycle; (not used)
        LARGE_INTEGER              SystemTime; (not used)
        LPVOID                     lpCallback;
        LPVOID                     lpWaterLineCallback;
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