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By default, the assumption is made that the trigger arrives on exactly the sample that the header starts. These triggers typically come from timing synchronization algorithms which may be suboptimal, and have a known timing uncertainty (e.g., we know the trigger might be a sample too early or too late).
 
By default, the assumption is made that the trigger arrives on exactly the sample that the header starts. These triggers typically come from timing synchronization algorithms which may be suboptimal, and have a known timing uncertainty (e.g., we know the trigger might be a sample too early or too late).
  
The demuxer has an option for this case, the <code>header_padding.</code> If this value is non-zero, it specifies the number of items that are prepended and appended to the header before copying it to the header output.
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The demuxer has an option for this case, the header_padding. If this value is non-zero, it specifies the number of items that are prepended and appended to the header before copying it to the header output.
  
 
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