Amiga IFF/8SVX

8SVX is a subformat of the Interchange File Format (IFF: originally introduced by the Electronic Arts company in 1985). The subformat is for 8-bit sampled sounds, supports both mono and stereo streams as well as loops; commonly used as a basic audio sample format on Amiga computers for many years. 8SVX uses PCM encoding, optionally with lossy Fibonacci-delta compression (halving the data rate). Audio File Library only supports PCM encoding.

Common file extensions: IFF, 8SVX

Played in BZR Player using: Audio File Library