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RIFF

RIFF is a file structure for multimedia resource files, it is not a file format but rather the structure that defines the class of more specific file formats, such as WAV and AVI. The RIFF format specifications were first developed by IBM and Microsoft, and published by in 1991 in "Microsoft Windows Multimedia Programmer's Reference". Since 1990 no new multimedia file formats have used the RIFF file structure.







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