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This is a program to extract the video and photo from a "Motion Photo" from the Samsung Galaxy s7 & s7 edge and save them as separate individual files on a PC.

Click the "Show Content" button to view the Original Photo, Extracted Photo and Extracted video.
Files are right side up on PC, the forum is displaying them rotated.

Original JPG 8.54 MB (8,961,799 bytes)
Extracted JPG 3.07 MB (3,227,486 bytes)
Extracted MPG 5.46 MB (5,734,313 bytes)

I will have a script out in the next week or so and will have a program out in a couple weeks or so.
Please hit the "Thanks!" button in the mean time if you are interested.


Original JPG 8.54 MB (8,961,799 bytes)
Original_20160316_181335.jpg

Extracted JPG 3.07 MB (3,227,486 bytes)
Extracted_20160316_181335.jpg

Extracted MPG 5.46 MB (5,734,313 bytes) Right click link and click "save as" to download
http://www.goofwear.com/android/Sams...316_181335.mpg


I might also working on a "Samsung Motion Photo Creator"

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Samsung Motion Photo Extractor, Tool/Utility for all devices (see above for details)

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goofwear, goofwear

Here is the first public beta release, Beta 01 of the Samsung Motion Photo Extractor!

I have spent the entire week working on this and scraping some of it, to finally get a suitable release. Just run the Convert.bat file and follow the prompts. I will upload a video later. I have spent a lot of time working on this, this past week.

Yes you can manually do this is 10 seconds with a hex editor by opening your original Photo and searching for MotionPhoto_Data then select everything above MotionPhoto_Data and copy and paste it as a new file and save as a JPG. Do the same for the MPG BUT this time select every thing BELOW MotionPhoto_Data make sure for either one you are doing not to copy the MotionPhoto_Data text. Also the hex for the MotionPhoto_Data is 4D 6F 74 69 6F 6E 50 68 6F 74 6F 5F 44 61 74 61.

Technically the JPG ends at ÿÙ or FF D9 so the ÿÙ SHOULD be included too.
Technically You really want to delete all this "........Image_UTC_Data1458170015363SEFHe......... ..#...#.......SEFT..0.....MotionPhoto_Data"
But if you leave all this "........Image_UTC_Data1458170015363SEFHe......... ..#...#.......SEFT..0.....MotionPhoto_Data" in the end of the JPG you can easily merge them back together and have the display and play on your phone

!!! PLEASE DO NOT MIRROR OR RE UPLOAD THIS !!!
PLEASE link back to either the XDA forum thread or you my use my direct link below
Fixed link https://goofwear.com/android/downloa...tor_Beta01.zip
Original Link http://goofwear.com/android/index.ph...tor_Beta01.zip
this will allow me to keep track of how may times this has been Downloaded

How to use videohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DvJURb1BvDU

Thank you .
Please enjoy and let me know what you think

p.s. there is a read file in the zip

Samsung_Motion_Photo_Extractor_Beta01.zip
CRC32 038df607
MD5 1c82d73e0a474eafc49c1cb88e4f7e43
SHA-1 d026454ce0956c30d267f7961a47c29428e5779b


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Correction They are MP4 Videos ...ftypmp42... MP4v2 http://www.mp4ra.org/specs.html#MP4V2



Version Information
Status: Beta
Current Beta Version: 0.1

Created 2016-03-19
Last Updated 2016-03-18
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19th March 2016, 07:41 PM |#2  
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Brilliant, thank you! Would be happy to pay for a good working version of this, and also happy to beta test if you need it.
21st March 2016, 07:57 AM |#3  
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Really looking forward to this.
I have some nice little action shots.
22nd March 2016, 12:39 AM |#4  
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I could upload a video on how to manually do this in under 10 seconds using only 1 program but would rather wait until I have a suitable "easy to use for every one" program to release. I.E. (fully automated) One click only

I already have a working version but its uses a couple programs and needs user intervention and is only partially automated.
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22nd March 2016, 02:41 AM |#5  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by goofwear

I could upload a video on how to manually do this in under 10 seconds using only 1 program but would rather wait until I have a suitable "easy to use for every one" program to release. I.E. (fully automated) One click only

I already have a working version but its uses a couple programs and needs user intervention and is only partially automated.

I would love one!
22nd March 2016, 03:01 AM |#6  
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In the mean time if any one wants me to extract "some" photos and videos you can pm me your files. Sorry the program is taking a little longer then I had expected.
22nd March 2016, 06:37 AM |#7  
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I’m also really curious how these mpg files stored within the jpg container. Any hints?
22nd March 2016, 08:56 AM |#8  
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I’m also really curious how these mpg files stored within the jpg container. Any hints?

Kind of, I will tell how as soon as I have a proper release.
okay here is one really small hint /b
and I am not talking about the "Rules Of The Internet


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22nd March 2016, 07:05 PM |#9  
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In case anyone can't wait, the mpg file is simply appended at the end of the jpg file. To split them, open the file in any hex editor, search for "motion" and find the line "MotionPhoto_Data". Save everything after this as a new file to get the mpg, and everything before to get the jpg.
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22nd March 2016, 09:57 PM |#10  
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Originally Posted by kitashimakaze

In case anyone can't wait, the mpg file is simply appended at the end of the jpg file. To split them, open the file in any hex editor, search for "motion" and find the line "MotionPhoto_Data". Save everything after this as a new file to get the mpg, and everything before to get the jpg.

I guessed that would be the case seeing as every other app can open the jpg just fine. But I never followed through with a hex editor. One day when I’m better at programming, I’m thinking about making an app that will extract the mpg and convert it to a gif file so it can be easily shared.

Looking forward to your progress!
23rd March 2016, 10:05 PM |#11  
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I knocked together a ruby script to extract mine, iv just posted it to github for anyone who wants it.

MatthewAlner/motion-photo-extractor
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