File Reference - AMF Header

The AMF header is essentially the same as a Microsoft AVI header. However, AMF file readers, such as HyperGraph, use partial information from the header block. Note the following portion of a HEX dump from an AMF file, with the portions used by an AMF reader highlighted:

Figure 1.
Light Green
Number of frames stored least significant byte (LSB) first.
Royal Blue
Width of the image in pixels stored LSB first.
Dark Pink
Height of the image in pixels stored LSB first.
Byte offset stored as a long integer (4 bytes) and stored LSB first.
Four Character Code (4CC), which identifies compression type.
Denotes the end of the AMF header section.