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'''Four Character Codes''', abbreviated as '''FourCC''' are 4 byte (32 bit) character sequences used as format identifiers in multimedia files.
'''Four Character Codes''', abbreviated as '''FourCC''' are 4 byte (32 bit) character sequences used as format identifiers in Microsofts .avi files format. But it is mostly used also for the Video identifiers of other formats(because they use also 4 Bytes) like Apple Quicktime .mov file format.

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Four Character Codes, abbreviated as FourCC are 4 byte (32 bit) character sequences used as format identifiers in Microsofts .avi files format. But it is mostly used also for the Video identifiers of other formats(because they use also 4 Bytes) like Apple Quicktime .mov file format.