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Latest revision as of 19:57, 29 June 2019

File Format
Name RIFF
Ontology
LoCFDD fdd000025
Released 1991

The Resource Interchange File Format (RIFF), is a wrapper or container format, originally developed by Microsoft and IBM. Formats based on the RIFF container include the widely used WAV (audio) and AVI (video) formats.

It is similar to IFF. One difference is that RIFF uses little-endian byte order.

See also RIFX.

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[edit] Identification

RIFF files begin with the ASCII characters "RIFF".

[edit] RIFF type cross-reference

Selected "RIFF types", and related articles, are listed below. The RIFF type (also called "form type" or "RIFF form") is a four-byte identifier that usually appears at file offset 8. See also Category:RIFF based file formats.

RIFF type Refer to Remarks
ACON Windows Animated Cursor
AMV MTV Video (.AMV)
AVI AVI
BND RIFF Bundle File Defined in the RIFF specifications.
CDR? CorelDRAW
PAL RIFF Palette File Defined in the RIFF specifications.
RDIB RDIB Defined in the RIFF specifications.
RMID RIFF MIDI Defined in the RIFF specifications.
RMMP RIFF Multimedia Movie
WAVE WAV Defined in the RIFF specifications.
WEBP WebP
shw4 SHW (Corel)

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