The MPEG Reconﬁgurable Video Coding (RVC) framework is a new standard under development by MPEG that aims at providing a uniﬁed high-level speciﬁcation of current and future MPEG video coding technologies using dataﬂow models. In this framework, a decoder is built as a conﬁguration of video coding modules taken from the standard MPEG toolbox library or proprietary libraries. The elements of the library are speciﬁed by a textual description that expresses the I/O behavior of each module and by a reference software written using a subset of the CAL Actor Language named RVC-CAL. A decoder conﬁguration is written in an XML dialect by connecting a set of CAL modules. Code generators are fundamental supports that enable the direct transformation of a high level speciﬁcation to efﬁcient hardware and software implementations. This paper presents a synthesis tool that from a CAL dataﬂow program generates C code is validated against the original CAL description simulated using the Open Dataﬂow environment. Experimental results of the translation of two descriptions of an MPEG-4 Simple Proﬁle decoder with different granularities are shown and discussed.