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An AAC END syntax element has no extra bits. It simply denotes the end of a frame(?) (or does it denote the end of the entire AAC stream?)
''Part of [[Understanding AAC]].''


 
An AAC END syntax element has no extra bits. It does not denote the end of the entire stream, only the end of an encoded frame.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Latest revision as of 15:16, 25 January 2007

Part of Understanding AAC.

An AAC END syntax element has no extra bits. It does not denote the end of the entire stream, only the end of an encoded frame.