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Extensible Binary Meta Language

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Extensible Binary Meta Language (EBML) is a generalized file format for any kind of data, aiming to be a binary equivalent to XML. It provides a basic framework for storing data in XML-like tags. It was originally developed for the Matroska audio/video container format.[1][2][3]

Extensible Binary Meta Language
Magic number 1a 45 df a3
Extended to Matroska

EBML is not extensible in the same way that XML is, as the Document Type Definition must be known in advance.

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  1. ^ Ralf Biebeler. Video-Codecs. Fachverlag Schiele & Schoen, 2007. ISBN 3794907736. 
  2. ^ Paolo Nesi; Kia Ng; Jaime Delgado. Axmedis 2008. Firenze University Press, 2008. ISBN 8884538106. 
  3. ^ Ajith Abraham; Jaime Lloret Mauri; John Buford; Junichi Suzuki; Sabu M. Thampi. Advances in Computing and Communications, Part IV. Springer, 2011. ISBN 3642227252. 

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