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* FourCC: 'raw ' (note space, ASCII 0x20, needed to complete FourCC)
* FourCC: 'raw ' (note space, ASCII 0x20, needed to complete FourCC)
* Samples:
* Samples:
** [[AVI]] raw: http://www.mplayerhq.hu/MPlayer/samples/V-codecs/Uncompressed/
** [[AVI]] raw: http://samples.mplayerhq.hu/V-codecs/Uncompressed/


In [[Apple QuickTime]] files, the 'raw ' FourCC is used to denote raw, uncompressed RGB. In Microsoft multimedia files, the absence of a FourCC (i.e., FourCC 0x00000000) generally denotes uncompressed RGB video data. The data may be palettized or grayscale 1-, 2-, 4, or 8-bit data, or 15-, 16-, 24-, or 32-bit RGB (or RGBA/ARGB/BGRA/ABGR) data, all depending on the video parameters transported within the specific file.
In [[MOV]] files, the 'raw ' FourCC is used to denote raw, uncompressed RGB. In Microsoft multimedia files, the absence of a FourCC (i.e., FourCC 0x00000000) generally denotes uncompressed RGB video data. The data may be palettized or grayscale 1-, 2-, 4, or 8-bit data, or 15-, 16-, 24-, or 32-bit RGB (or RGBA/ARGB/BGRA/ABGR) data, all depending on the video parameters transported within the specific file.


[[Category:Video Codecs]]
[[Category:Video Codecs]]

Latest revision as of 09:31, 21 March 2007

In MOV files, the 'raw ' FourCC is used to denote raw, uncompressed RGB. In Microsoft multimedia files, the absence of a FourCC (i.e., FourCC 0x00000000) generally denotes uncompressed RGB video data. The data may be palettized or grayscale 1-, 2-, 4, or 8-bit data, or 15-, 16-, 24-, or 32-bit RGB (or RGBA/ARGB/BGRA/ABGR) data, all depending on the video parameters transported within the specific file.