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A '''WAV''' file is a [[RIFF]] [[container format]] created by Microsoft and IBM as standard wrapper for several audio codecs in the IBM PC. It usually contains uncompressed [[PCM]] audio. Other codecs usually found inside WAV are [[ADPCM]], GSM, a/uLaw and [[MP3]].
 
A '''WAV''' file is a [[RIFF]] [[container format]] created by Microsoft and IBM as standard wrapper for several audio codecs in the IBM PC. It usually contains uncompressed [[PCM]] audio. Other codecs usually found inside WAV are [[ADPCM]], GSM, a/uLaw and [[MP3]].
  
 
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[http://www.borg.com/~jglatt/tech/wave.htm Description of the WAV container format]
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Revision as of 14:01, 1 September 2012

A WAV file is a RIFF container format created by Microsoft and IBM as standard wrapper for several audio codecs in the IBM PC. It usually contains uncompressed PCM audio. Other codecs usually found inside WAV are ADPCM, GSM, a/uLaw and MP3.

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