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The Microsoft Wave format (WAV) is a very common container format used for transporting audio data. The WAV format uses 16-bit numbers to identify different audio coding formats. The WAV format is likely the origination point for the infamous [[WAVEFORMATEX|WAVEFORMAT(EX)]] data structures that permeate through computer multimedia technology to this day.
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The '''Microsoft Wave''' format ('''WAV''') is a very common format used for transporting audio data, based on the [[RIFF]] container format. The WAV format uses 16-bit numbers to identify different audio coding formats. The WAV format is likely the origination point for the infamous [[WAVEFORMATEX|WAVEFORMAT(EX)]] data structures that permeate through computer multimedia technology to this day.
  
  
 
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[[Category:Container Formats]]

Revision as of 05:09, 2 July 2007

The Microsoft Wave format (WAV) is a very common format used for transporting audio data, based on the RIFF container format. The WAV format uses 16-bit numbers to identify different audio coding formats. The WAV format is likely the origination point for the infamous WAVEFORMAT(EX) data structures that permeate through computer multimedia technology to this day.