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''Part of [[Understanding AAC]].''
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?)
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?)
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Revision as of 11:21, 24 March 2006

Part of Understanding AAC.

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?)