Extension of ISO/IEC Audio Coding to Lower Sampling . MPEG-2 Audio (ISO/IEC ) provides the extension to 3/2. ISO/IEC (MPEG-1 Part 3) then (MPEG-2 Part 3), commonly known as MP3, is a widely adopted audio format that takes. : ISO/IEC , Information technology – Generic coding of moving pictures and associated audio information – Part 3: Audio: ISO/IEC JTC.
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It defines the MIME-types used to signal codecs, and provides the necessary format specific definitions for initialization segmentsmedia segmentsand random access points required by the byte stream formats section of the Media Source Extensions spec.
It also defines extra behaviors and state that only apply to this byte stream format. Minimal implementations MUST accept, consume, and ignore these frames.
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