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Efficiently Shuffling Large Sets of Clips
A method for randomly shuffling through large sets of video or audio clips. Many up-to-date devices have only a rather limited capability of shuffling only up to 200 or 256 songs. This algorithm presents a way of shuffling even large sets with almost unlimited number of items. It also provides the ability to traverse back and forth with little processing power on today’s micro controllers. All this is done with only few bytes of codes and almost no RAM needed.
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