Difference between revisions of "AU"

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| Format      = AU
 
| Format      = AU
 
| Developer  = [[Sun Microsystems]]
 
| Developer  = [[Sun Microsystems]]
| Header      = Unknown
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| Header      = Custom
 
| Content    = PCM
 
| Content    = PCM
 
| Instruments = Intrinsic
 
| Instruments = Intrinsic
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The '''''Au''''' file format was created by Sun Microsystems. It is popular with games developed on [[NeXT]] systems, [[UNIX]], and [[Java]]. The format initially only supported 8-bit µ-law-encoded data at an 8000 Hz, but now supports numerous encodings and sample rates.
 
The '''''Au''''' file format was created by Sun Microsystems. It is popular with games developed on [[NeXT]] systems, [[UNIX]], and [[Java]]. The format initially only supported 8-bit µ-law-encoded data at an 8000 Hz, but now supports numerous encodings and sample rates.
 
Technical: Au files are stored with Big Endian.
 
 
  
 
==Players==
 
==Players==
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* [[Winamp]] - Android, Macintosh, Windows
 
* [[Winamp]] - Android, Macintosh, Windows
 
* [[Windows Media Player]] - Windows
 
* [[Windows Media Player]] - Windows
 
  
 
==Editors==
 
==Editors==
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* [[Audacity]] - Linux, Macintosh, Windows
 
* [[Audacity]] - Linux, Macintosh, Windows
 
* [[GoldWave]] - Windows
 
* [[GoldWave]] - Windows
 
  
 
==Converters==
 
==Converters==
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<div style="float:right;">([[:Category: Games That Use AU|Category]])</div>
 
<div style="float:right;">([[:Category: Games That Use AU|Category]])</div>
  
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==Technical==
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Au files are stored with Big Endian.
  
 
==Links==
 
==Links==
 
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Au_file_format en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Au_file_format] - Wikipedia.
 
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Au_file_format en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Au_file_format] - Wikipedia.

Revision as of 11:41, 12 January 2019

Audio
AU.png
Developer: Sun Microsystems
Header: Custom
Content: PCM
Instruments: Intrinsic
Target Output
Output - Digital Audio.png Output - MIDI - No.png Output - FM Synthesis - No.png Output - PSG - No.png
Extensions
  • *.au
  • *.snd

The Au file format was created by Sun Microsystems. It is popular with games developed on NeXT systems, UNIX, and Java. The format initially only supported 8-bit µ-law-encoded data at an 8000 Hz, but now supports numerous encodings and sample rates.

Players

(Category)

Editors

(Category)

Converters

(Category)

AU to ?

? to AU

Games

(Category)

Technical

Au files are stored with Big Endian.

Links