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Some FourCCs are only 3 printing characters. How is the 4th byte repesnted because FourCC is a 4 byte binary string? Is it a space as first or last byte or 0x00?
Some FourCCs are only 3 printing characters. How is the 4th byte repesnted because FourCC is a 4 byte binary string? Is it a space as first or last byte or 0x00?
: generally, a space (ASCII 0x20) completes the FourCC; I will clarify --[[User:Multimedia Mike|Multimedia Mike]] 12:28, 11 June 2006 (EDT)

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Some FourCCs are only 3 printing characters. How is the 4th byte repesnted because FourCC is a 4 byte binary string? Is it a space as first or last byte or 0x00?

generally, a space (ASCII 0x20) completes the FourCC; I will clarify --Multimedia Mike 12:28, 11 June 2006 (EDT)