I have a transcription management application that we developed that makes use of NCH Swift Sound .DCT files. I need to be able to extract the dictation date/time and duration information from the file, but for the life of me I cannot decode the date/time data. Heres what I learned so far:
Time is stored in 2-bytes starting at position 0x12
Date is stored in 2-bytes starting at position 0x14
I tried several decoding methods to get a human-readable date/time out of the values, but I can't figure it out. Is there a publication of the binary file structure for .DCT somewhere that I can reference?