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Audio formatting: What chunks are written in BWF?

Question: What chunks are written in a BWF file?
Ánswer: Broadcast Wave Format (BWF) includes a "bext" (broadcast extension) chunk. In the case of an MPEG data, a "mext" chunk as well as a "fmt" chunk that is actually an element of the WAVE format. Also a "fact chunk and a "cue" chunk (in the case of markers). For the waveform there is a "levl" chunk (Digas writes/reads from a DAVID exclusive "aux" chunk). The Multitrack editors 'cut list data' is stored in a DAVID-exclusive "DAVD" chunk.

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