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# $File: animation,v 1.39 2009/09/27 19:02:12 christos Exp $
# animation:  file(1) magic for animation/movie formats
#
# animation formats
# MPEG, FLI, DL originally from vax@ccwf.cc.utexas.edu (VaX#n8)
# FLC, SGI, Apple originally from Daniel Quinlan (quinlan@yggdrasil.com)

# SGI and Apple formats
0	string		MOVI		Silicon Graphics movie file
!:mime	video/x-sgi-movie
4       string          moov            Apple QuickTime
!:mime	video/quicktime
>12     string          mvhd            \b movie (fast start)
>12     string          mdra            \b URL
>12     string          cmov            \b movie (fast start, compressed header)
>12     string          rmra            \b multiple URLs
4       string          mdat            Apple QuickTime movie (unoptimized)
!:mime	video/quicktime
#4       string          wide            Apple QuickTime movie (unoptimized)
#!:mime	video/quicktime
#4       string          skip            Apple QuickTime movie (modified)
#!:mime	video/quicktime
#4       string          free            Apple QuickTime movie (modified)
#!:mime	video/quicktime
4       string          idsc            Apple QuickTime image (fast start)
!:mime	image/x-quicktime
#4       string          idat            Apple QuickTime image (unoptimized)
#!:mime	image/x-quicktime
4       string          pckg            Apple QuickTime compressed archive
!:mime	application/x-quicktime-player
4	string/W	jP		JPEG 2000 image
!:mime	image/jp2
4	string		ftyp		ISO Media
>8	string		isom		\b, MPEG v4 system, version 1
!:mime	video/mp4
>8	string		iso2		\b, MPEG v4 system, part 12 revision
>8	string		mp41		\b, MPEG v4 system, version 1
!:mime	video/mp4
>8	string		mp42		\b, MPEG v4 system, version 2
!:mime	video/mp4
>8	string		mp7t		\b, MPEG v4 system, MPEG v7 XML
>8	string		mp7b		\b, MPEG v4 system, MPEG v7 binary XML
>8	string/W	jp2		\b, JPEG 2000
!:mime	image/jp2
>8	string		3gp		\b, MPEG v4 system, 3GPP
!:mime	video/3gpp
>>11	byte		4		\b v4 (H.263/AMR GSM 6.10)
>>11	byte		5		\b v5 (H.263/AMR GSM 6.10)
>>11	byte		6		\b v6 (ITU H.264/AMR GSM 6.10)
>8	string		mmp4		\b, MPEG v4 system, 3GPP Mobile
!:mime	video/mp4
>8	string		avc1		\b, MPEG v4 system, 3GPP JVT AVC
!:mime	video/3gpp
>8	string/W	M4A		\b, MPEG v4 system, iTunes AAC-LC
!:mime	audio/mp4
>8	string/W	M4V		\b, MPEG v4 system, iTunes AVC-LC
!:mime	video/mp4
>8	string/W	M4P		\b, MPEG v4 system, iTunes AES encrypted
>8	string/W	M4B		\b, MPEG v4 system, iTunes bookmarked
>8	string/W	qt		\b, Apple QuickTime movie
!:mime	video/quicktime

# MPEG sequences
# Scans for all common MPEG header start codes
0	 belong		    0x00000001     
>4	 byte&0x1F	    0x07	   JVT NAL sequence, H.264 video
>>5      byte               66             \b, baseline
>>5      byte               77             \b, main
>>5      byte               88             \b, extended
>>7      byte               x              \b @ L %u
0        belong&0xFFFFFF00  0x00000100     
>3       byte               0xBA           MPEG sequence
!:mime  video/mpeg
>>4      byte               &0x40          \b, v2, program multiplex
>>4      byte               ^0x40          \b, v1, system multiplex
>3       byte               0xBB           MPEG sequence, v1/2, multiplex (missing pack header)
>3       byte&0x1F          0x07           MPEG sequence, H.264 video
>>4      byte               66             \b, baseline
>>4      byte               77             \b, main
>>4      byte               88             \b, extended
>>6      byte               x              \b @ L %u
>3       byte               0xB0           MPEG sequence, v4
!:mime  video/mpeg4-generic
>>5      belong             0x000001B5
>>>9     byte               &0x80
>>>>10   byte&0xF0          16             \b, video
>>>>10   byte&0xF0          32             \b, still texture
>>>>10   byte&0xF0          48             \b, mesh
>>>>10   byte&0xF0          64             \b, face
>>>9     byte&0xF8          8              \b, video
>>>9     byte&0xF8          16             \b, still texture
>>>9     byte&0xF8          24             \b, mesh
>>>9     byte&0xF8          32             \b, face
>>4      byte               1              \b, simple @ L1
>>4      byte               2              \b, simple @ L2
>>4      byte               3              \b, simple @ L3
>>4      byte               4              \b, simple @ L0
>>4      byte               17             \b, simple scalable @ L1
>>4      byte               18             \b, simple scalable @ L2
>>4      byte               33             \b, core @ L1
>>4      byte               34             \b, core @ L2
>>4      byte               50             \b, main @ L2
>>4      byte               51             \b, main @ L3
>>4      byte               53             \b, main @ L4
>>4      byte               66             \b, n-bit @ L2
>>4      byte               81             \b, scalable texture @ L1
>>4      byte               97             \b, simple face animation @ L1
>>4      byte               98             \b, simple face animation @ L2
>>4      byte               99             \b, simple face basic animation @ L1
>>4      byte               100            \b, simple face basic animation @ L2
>>4      byte               113            \b, basic animation text @ L1
>>4      byte               114            \b, basic animation text @ L2
>>4      byte               129            \b, hybrid @ L1
>>4      byte               130            \b, hybrid @ L2
>>4      byte               145            \b, advanced RT simple @ L!
>>4      byte               146            \b, advanced RT simple @ L2
>>4      byte               147            \b, advanced RT simple @ L3
>>4      byte               148            \b, advanced RT simple @ L4
>>4      byte               161            \b, core scalable @ L1
>>4      byte               162            \b, core scalable @ L2
>>4      byte               163            \b, core scalable @ L3
>>4      byte               177            \b, advanced coding efficiency @ L1
>>4      byte               178            \b, advanced coding efficiency @ L2
>>4      byte               179            \b, advanced coding efficiency @ L3
>>4      byte               180            \b, advanced coding efficiency @ L4
>>4      byte               193            \b, advanced core @ L1
>>4      byte               194            \b, advanced core @ L2
>>4      byte               209            \b, advanced scalable texture @ L1
>>4      byte               210            \b, advanced scalable texture @ L2
>>4      byte               211            \b, advanced scalable texture @ L3
>>4      byte               225            \b, simple studio @ L1
>>4      byte               226            \b, simple studio @ L2
>>4      byte               227            \b, simple studio @ L3
>>4      byte               228            \b, simple studio @ L4
>>4      byte               229            \b, core studio @ L1
>>4      byte               230            \b, core studio @ L2
>>4      byte               231            \b, core studio @ L3
>>4      byte               232            \b, core studio @ L4
>>4      byte               240            \b, advanced simple @ L0
>>4      byte               241            \b, advanced simple @ L1
>>4      byte               242            \b, advanced simple @ L2
>>4      byte               243            \b, advanced simple @ L3
>>4      byte               244            \b, advanced simple @ L4
>>4      byte               245            \b, advanced simple @ L5
>>4      byte               247            \b, advanced simple @ L3b
>>4      byte               248            \b, FGS @ L0
>>4      byte               249            \b, FGS @ L1
>>4      byte               250            \b, FGS @ L2
>>4      byte               251            \b, FGS @ L3
>>4      byte               252            \b, FGS @ L4
>>4      byte               253            \b, FGS @ L5
>3       byte               0xB5           MPEG sequence, v4
>>4      byte               &0x80
>>>5     byte&0xF0          16             \b, video (missing profile header)
>>>5     byte&0xF0          32             \b, still texture (missing profile header)
>>>5     byte&0xF0          48             \b, mesh (missing profile header)
>>>5     byte&0xF0          64             \b, face (missing profile header)
>>4      byte&0xF8          8              \b, video (missing profile header)
>>4      byte&0xF8          16             \b, still texture (missing profile header)
>>4      byte&0xF8          24             \b, mesh (missing profile header)
>>4      byte&0xF8          32             \b, face (missing profile header)
>3       byte               0xB3           MPEG sequence
>>12     belong             0x000001B8     \b, v1, progressive Y'CbCr 4:2:0 video
>>12     belong             0x000001B2     \b, v1, progressive Y'CbCr 4:2:0 video
>>12     belong             0x000001B5     \b, v2,
>>>16    byte&0x0F          1              \b HP
>>>16    byte&0x0F          2              \b Spt
>>>16    byte&0x0F          3              \b SNR
>>>16    byte&0x0F          4              \b MP
>>>16    byte&0x0F          5              \b SP
>>>17    byte&0xF0          64             \b@HL
>>>17    byte&0xF0          96             \b@H-14
>>>17    byte&0xF0          128            \b@ML
>>>17    byte&0xF0          160            \b@LL
>>>17    byte               &0x08          \b progressive
>>>17    byte               ^0x08          \b interlaced
>>>17    byte&0x06          2              \b Y'CbCr 4:2:0 video
>>>17    byte&0x06          4              \b Y'CbCr 4:2:2 video
>>>17    byte&0x06          6              \b Y'CbCr 4:4:4 video
>>11     byte               &0x02
>>>75    byte               &0x01
>>>>140  belong             0x000001B8     \b, v1, progressive Y'CbCr 4:2:0 video
>>>>140  belong             0x000001B2     \b, v1, progressive Y'CbCr 4:2:0 video
>>>>140  belong             0x000001B5     \b, v2,
>>>>>144 byte&0x0F          1              \b HP
>>>>>144 byte&0x0F          2              \b Spt
>>>>>144 byte&0x0F          3              \b SNR
>>>>>144 byte&0x0F          4              \b MP
>>>>>144 byte&0x0F          5              \b SP
>>>>>145 byte&0xF0          64             \b@HL
>>>>>145 byte&0xF0          96             \b@H-14
>>>>>145 byte&0xF0          128            \b@ML
>>>>>145 byte&0xF0          160            \b@LL
>>>>>145 byte               &0x08          \b progressive
>>>>>145 byte               ^0x08          \b interlaced
>>>>>145 byte&0x06          2              \b Y'CbCr 4:2:0 video
>>>>>145 byte&0x06          4              \b Y'CbCr 4:2:2 video
>>>>>145 byte&0x06          6              \b Y'CbCr 4:4:4 video
>>76    belong             0x000001B8     \b, v1, progressive Y'CbCr 4:2:0 video
>>76    belong             0x000001B2     \b, v1, progressive Y'CbCr 4:2:0 video
>>76    belong             0x000001B5     \b, v2,
>>>80   byte&0x0F          1              \b HP
>>>80   byte&0x0F          2              \b Spt
>>>80   byte&0x0F          3              \b SNR
>>>80   byte&0x0F          4              \b MP
>>>80   byte&0x0F          5              \b SP
>>>81   byte&0xF0          64             \b@HL
>>>81   byte&0xF0          96             \b@H-14
>>>81   byte&0xF0          128            \b@ML
>>>81   byte&0xF0          160            \b@LL
>>>81   byte               &0x08          \b progressive
>>>81   byte               ^0x08          \b interlaced
>>>81   byte&0x06          2              \b Y'CbCr 4:2:0 video
>>>81   byte&0x06          4              \b Y'CbCr 4:2:2 video
>>>81   byte&0x06          6              \b Y'CbCr 4:4:4 video
>>4      belong&0xFFFFFF00  0x78043800     \b, HD-TV 1920P
>>>7     byte&0xF0          0x10           \b, 16:9
>>4      belong&0xFFFFFF00  0x50002D00     \b, SD-TV 1280I
>>>7     byte&0xF0          0x10           \b, 16:9
>>4      belong&0xFFFFFF00  0x30024000     \b, PAL Capture
>>>7     byte&0xF0          0x10           \b, 4:3
>>4      beshort&0xFFF0     0x2C00         \b, 4CIF
>>>5     beshort&0x0FFF     0x01E0         \b NTSC
>>>5     beshort&0x0FFF     0x0240         \b PAL
>>>7     byte&0xF0          0x20           \b, 4:3
>>>7     byte&0xF0          0x30           \b, 16:9
>>>7     byte&0xF0          0x40           \b, 11:5
>>>7     byte&0xF0          0x80           \b, PAL 4:3
>>>7     byte&0xF0          0xC0           \b, NTSC 4:3
>>4      belong&0xFFFFFF00  0x2801E000     \b, LD-TV 640P
>>>7     byte&0xF0          0x10           \b, 4:3
>>4      belong&0xFFFFFF00  0x1400F000     \b, 320x240
>>>7     byte&0xF0          0x10           \b, 4:3
>>4      belong&0xFFFFFF00  0x0F00A000     \b, 240x160
>>>7     byte&0xF0          0x10           \b, 4:3
>>4      belong&0xFFFFFF00  0x0A007800     \b, 160x120
>>>7     byte&0xF0          0x10           \b, 4:3
>>4      beshort&0xFFF0     0x1600         \b, CIF
>>>5     beshort&0x0FFF     0x00F0         \b NTSC
>>>5     beshort&0x0FFF     0x0120         \b PAL
>>>7     byte&0xF0          0x20           \b, 4:3
>>>7     byte&0xF0          0x30           \b, 16:9
>>>7     byte&0xF0          0x40           \b, 11:5
>>>7     byte&0xF0          0x80           \b, PAL 4:3
>>>7     byte&0xF0          0xC0           \b, NTSC 4:3
>>>5     beshort&0x0FFF     0x0240         \b PAL 625
>>>>7    byte&0xF0          0x20           \b, 4:3
>>>>7    byte&0xF0          0x30           \b, 16:9
>>>>7    byte&0xF0          0x40           \b, 11:5
>>4      beshort&0xFFF0     0x2D00         \b, CCIR/ITU
>>>5     beshort&0x0FFF     0x01E0         \b NTSC 525
>>>5     beshort&0x0FFF     0x0240         \b PAL 625
>>>7     byte&0xF0          0x20           \b, 4:3
>>>7     byte&0xF0          0x30           \b, 16:9
>>>7     byte&0xF0          0x40           \b, 11:5
>>4      beshort&0xFFF0     0x1E00         \b, SVCD
>>>5     beshort&0x0FFF     0x01E0         \b NTSC 525
>>>5     beshort&0x0FFF     0x0240         \b PAL 625
>>>7     byte&0xF0          0x20           \b, 4:3
>>>7     byte&0xF0          0x30           \b, 16:9
>>>7     byte&0xF0          0x40           \b, 11:5
>>7      byte&0x0F          1              \b, 23.976 fps
>>7      byte&0x0F          2              \b, 24 fps
>>7      byte&0x0F          3              \b, 25 fps
>>7      byte&0x0F          4              \b, 29.97 fps
>>7      byte&0x0F          5              \b, 30 fps
>>7      byte&0x0F          6              \b, 50 fps
>>7      byte&0x0F          7              \b, 59.94 fps
>>7      byte&0x0F          8              \b, 60 fps
>>11     byte               &0x04          \b, Constrained

# MPEG ADTS Audio (*.mpx/mxa/aac)
# from dreesen@math.fu-berlin.de
# modified to fully support MPEG ADTS

# MP3, M1A
# modified by Joerg Jenderek
# GRR the original test are too common for many DOS files
# so don't accept as MP3 until we've tested the rate
0       beshort&0xFFFE  0xFFFA
# rates
>2      byte&0xF0       0x10           MPEG ADTS, layer III, v1,  32 kbps
!:mime	audio/mpeg
>2      byte&0xF0       0x20           MPEG ADTS, layer III, v1,  40 kbps
!:mime	audio/mpeg
>2      byte&0xF0       0x30           MPEG ADTS, layer III, v1,  48 kbps
!:mime	audio/mpeg
>2      byte&0xF0       0x40           MPEG ADTS, layer III, v1,  56 kbps
!:mime	audio/mpeg
>2      byte&0xF0       0x50           MPEG ADTS, layer III, v1,  64 kbps
!:mime	audio/mpeg
>2      byte&0xF0       0x60           MPEG ADTS, layer III, v1,  80 kbps
!:mime	audio/mpeg
>2      byte&0xF0       0x70           MPEG ADTS, layer III, v1,  96 kbps
!:mime	audio/mpeg
>2      byte&0xF0       0x80           MPEG ADTS, layer III, v1, 112 kbps
!:mime	audio/mpeg
>2      byte&0xF0       0x90           MPEG ADTS, layer III, v1, 128 kbps
!:mime	audio/mpeg
>2      byte&0xF0       0xA0           MPEG ADTS, layer III, v1, 160 kbps
!:mime	audio/mpeg
>2      byte&0xF0       0xB0           MPEG ADTS, layer III, v1, 192 kbps
!:mime	audio/mpeg
>2      byte&0xF0       0xC0           MPEG ADTS, layer III, v1, 224 kbps
!:mime	audio/mpeg
>2      byte&0xF0       0xD0           MPEG ADTS, layer III, v1, 256 kbps
!:mime	audio/mpeg
>2      byte&0xF0       0xE0           MPEG ADTS, layer III, v1, 320 kbps
!:mime	audio/mpeg
# timing
>2      byte&0x0C       0x00           \b, 44.1 kHz
>2      byte&0x0C       0x04           \b, 48 kHz
>2      byte&0x0C       0x08           \b, 32 kHz
# channels/options
>3      byte&0xC0       0x00           \b, Stereo
>3      byte&0xC0       0x40           \b, JntStereo
>3      byte&0xC0       0x80           \b, 2x Monaural
>3      byte&0xC0       0xC0           \b, Monaural
#>1     byte            ^0x01          \b, Data Verify
#>2     byte            &0x02          \b, Packet Pad
#>2     byte            &0x01          \b, Custom Flag
#>3     byte            &0x08          \b, Copyrighted
#>3     byte            &0x04          \b, Original Source
#>3     byte&0x03       1              \b, NR: 50/15 ms
#>3     byte&0x03       3              \b, NR: CCIT J.17

# MP2, M1A
0       beshort&0xFFFE  0xFFFC         MPEG ADTS, layer II, v1
!:mime	audio/mpeg
# rates
>2      byte&0xF0       0x10           \b,  32 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x20           \b,  48 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x30           \b,  56 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x40           \b,  64 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x50           \b,  80 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x60           \b,  96 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x70           \b, 112 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x80           \b, 128 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x90           \b, 160 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0xA0           \b, 192 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0xB0           \b, 224 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0xC0           \b, 256 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0xD0           \b, 320 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0xE0           \b, 384 kbps
# timing
>2      byte&0x0C       0x00           \b, 44.1 kHz
>2      byte&0x0C       0x04           \b, 48 kHz
>2      byte&0x0C       0x08           \b, 32 kHz
# channels/options
>3      byte&0xC0       0x00           \b, Stereo
>3      byte&0xC0       0x40           \b, JntStereo
>3      byte&0xC0       0x80           \b, 2x Monaural
>3      byte&0xC0       0xC0           \b, Monaural
#>1     byte            ^0x01          \b, Data Verify
#>2     byte            &0x02          \b, Packet Pad
#>2     byte            &0x01          \b, Custom Flag
#>3     byte            &0x08          \b, Copyrighted
#>3     byte            &0x04          \b, Original Source
#>3     byte&0x03       1              \b, NR: 50/15 ms
#>3     byte&0x03       3              \b, NR: CCIT J.17

# MPA, M1A
# updated by Joerg Jenderek
# GRR the original test are too common for many DOS files, so test 32 <= kbits <= 448
# GRR this test is still too general as it catches a BOM of UTF-16 files (0xFFFE)
# FIXME: Almost all little endian UTF-16 text with BOM are clobbered by these entries
#0	beshort&0xFFFE		0xFFFE	
#>2	ubyte&0xF0	>0x0F		
#>>2	ubyte&0xF0	<0xE1		MPEG ADTS, layer I, v1
## rate
#>>>2      byte&0xF0       0x10           \b,  32 kbps
#>>>2      byte&0xF0       0x20           \b,  64 kbps
#>>>2      byte&0xF0       0x30           \b,  96 kbps
#>>>2      byte&0xF0       0x40           \b, 128 kbps
#>>>2      byte&0xF0       0x50           \b, 160 kbps
#>>>2      byte&0xF0       0x60           \b, 192 kbps
#>>>2      byte&0xF0       0x70           \b, 224 kbps
#>>>2      byte&0xF0       0x80           \b, 256 kbps
#>>>2      byte&0xF0       0x90           \b, 288 kbps
#>>>2      byte&0xF0       0xA0           \b, 320 kbps
#>>>2      byte&0xF0       0xB0           \b, 352 kbps
#>>>2      byte&0xF0       0xC0           \b, 384 kbps
#>>>2      byte&0xF0       0xD0           \b, 416 kbps
#>>>2      byte&0xF0       0xE0           \b, 448 kbps
## timing
#>>>2      byte&0x0C       0x00           \b, 44.1 kHz
#>>>2      byte&0x0C       0x04           \b, 48 kHz
#>>>2      byte&0x0C       0x08           \b, 32 kHz
## channels/options
#>>>3      byte&0xC0       0x00           \b, Stereo
#>>>3      byte&0xC0       0x40           \b, JntStereo
#>>>3      byte&0xC0       0x80           \b, 2x Monaural
#>>>3      byte&0xC0       0xC0           \b, Monaural
##>1     byte            ^0x01          \b, Data Verify
##>2     byte            &0x02          \b, Packet Pad
##>2     byte            &0x01          \b, Custom Flag
##>3     byte            &0x08          \b, Copyrighted
##>3     byte            &0x04          \b, Original Source
##>3     byte&0x03       1              \b, NR: 50/15 ms
##>3     byte&0x03       3              \b, NR: CCIT J.17

# MP3, M2A
0       beshort&0xFFFE  0xFFF2         MPEG ADTS, layer III, v2
!:mime	audio/mpeg
# rate
>2      byte&0xF0       0x10           \b,   8 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x20           \b,  16 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x30           \b,  24 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x40           \b,  32 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x50           \b,  40 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x60           \b,  48 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x70           \b,  56 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x80           \b,  64 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x90           \b,  80 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0xA0           \b,  96 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0xB0           \b, 112 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0xC0           \b, 128 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0xD0           \b, 144 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0xE0           \b, 160 kbps
# timing
>2      byte&0x0C       0x00           \b, 22.05 kHz
>2      byte&0x0C       0x04           \b, 24 kHz
>2      byte&0x0C       0x08           \b, 16 kHz
# channels/options
>3      byte&0xC0       0x00           \b, Stereo
>3      byte&0xC0       0x40           \b, JntStereo
>3      byte&0xC0       0x80           \b, 2x Monaural
>3      byte&0xC0       0xC0           \b, Monaural
#>1     byte            ^0x01          \b, Data Verify
#>2     byte            &0x02          \b, Packet Pad
#>2     byte            &0x01          \b, Custom Flag
#>3     byte            &0x08          \b, Copyrighted
#>3     byte            &0x04          \b, Original Source
#>3     byte&0x03       1              \b, NR: 50/15 ms
#>3     byte&0x03       3              \b, NR: CCIT J.17

# MP2, M2A
0       beshort&0xFFFE  0xFFF4         MPEG ADTS, layer II, v2
# rate 
>2      byte&0xF0       0x10           \b,   8 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x20           \b,  16 kbps 
>2      byte&0xF0       0x30           \b,  24 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x40           \b,  32 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x50           \b,  40 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x60           \b,  48 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x70           \b,  56 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x80           \b,  64 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x90           \b,  80 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0xA0           \b,  96 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0xB0           \b, 112 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0xC0           \b, 128 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0xD0           \b, 144 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0xE0           \b, 160 kbps
# timing
>2      byte&0x0C       0x00           \b, 22.05 kHz
>2      byte&0x0C       0x04           \b, 24 kHz
>2      byte&0x0C       0x08           \b, 16 kHz
# channels/options
>3      byte&0xC0       0x00           \b, Stereo
>3      byte&0xC0       0x40           \b, JntStereo
>3      byte&0xC0       0x80           \b, 2x Monaural
>3      byte&0xC0       0xC0           \b, Monaural
#>1     byte            ^0x01          \b, Data Verify
#>2     byte            &0x02          \b, Packet Pad
#>2     byte            &0x01          \b, Custom Flag
#>3     byte            &0x08          \b, Copyrighted
#>3     byte            &0x04          \b, Original Source
#>3     byte&0x03       1              \b, NR: 50/15 ms
#>3     byte&0x03       3              \b, NR: CCIT J.17

# MPA, M2A
0       beshort&0xFFFE  0xFFF6         MPEG ADTS, layer I, v2
!:mime	audio/mpeg
# rate
>2      byte&0xF0       0x10           \b,  32 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x20           \b,  48 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x30           \b,  56 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x40           \b,  64 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x50           \b,  80 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x60           \b,  96 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x70           \b, 112 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x80           \b, 128 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x90           \b, 144 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0xA0           \b, 160 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0xB0           \b, 176 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0xC0           \b, 192 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0xD0           \b, 224 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0xE0           \b, 256 kbps
# timing
>2      byte&0x0C       0x00           \b, 22.05 kHz
>2      byte&0x0C       0x04           \b, 24 kHz
>2      byte&0x0C       0x08           \b, 16 kHz
# channels/options
>3      byte&0xC0       0x00           \b, Stereo
>3      byte&0xC0       0x40           \b, JntStereo
>3      byte&0xC0       0x80           \b, 2x Monaural
>3      byte&0xC0       0xC0           \b, Monaural
#>1     byte            ^0x01          \b, Data Verify
#>2     byte            &0x02          \b, Packet Pad
#>2     byte            &0x01          \b, Custom Flag
#>3     byte            &0x08          \b, Copyrighted
#>3     byte            &0x04          \b, Original Source
#>3     byte&0x03       1              \b, NR: 50/15 ms
#>3     byte&0x03       3              \b, NR: CCIT J.17

# MP3, M25A
0       beshort&0xFFFE  0xFFE2         MPEG ADTS, layer III,  v2.5
!:mime	audio/mpeg
# rate  
>2      byte&0xF0       0x10           \b,   8 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x20           \b,  16 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x30           \b,  24 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x40           \b,  32 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x50           \b,  40 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x60           \b,  48 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x70           \b,  56 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x80           \b,  64 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0x90           \b,  80 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0xA0           \b,  96 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0xB0           \b, 112 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0xC0           \b, 128 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0xD0           \b, 144 kbps
>2      byte&0xF0       0xE0           \b, 160 kbps
# timing
>2      byte&0x0C       0x00           \b, 11.025 kHz
>2      byte&0x0C       0x04           \b, 12 kHz
>2      byte&0x0C       0x08           \b, 8 kHz
# channels/options
>3      byte&0xC0       0x00           \b, Stereo
>3      byte&0xC0       0x40           \b, JntStereo
>3      byte&0xC0       0x80           \b, 2x Monaural
>3      byte&0xC0       0xC0           \b, Monaural
#>1     byte            ^0x01          \b, Data Verify
#>2     byte            &0x02          \b, Packet Pad
#>2     byte            &0x01          \b, Custom Flag
#>3     byte            &0x08          \b, Copyrighted
#>3     byte            &0x04          \b, Original Source
#>3     byte&0x03       1              \b, NR: 50/15 ms
#>3     byte&0x03       3              \b, NR: CCIT J.17

# AAC (aka MPEG-2 NBC audio) and MPEG-4 audio

# Stored AAC streams (instead of the MP4 format)
0       string          ADIF           MPEG ADIF, AAC
!:mime	audio/x-hx-aac-adif
>4      byte            &0x80
>>13    byte            &0x10          \b, VBR
>>13    byte            ^0x10          \b, CBR
>>16    byte&0x1E       0x02           \b, single stream
>>16    byte&0x1E       0x04           \b, 2 streams
>>16    byte&0x1E       0x06           \b, 3 streams
>>16    byte            &0x08          \b, 4 or more streams
>>16    byte            &0x10          \b, 8 or more streams
>>4    byte            &0x80          \b, Copyrighted
>>13   byte            &0x40          \b, Original Source
>>13   byte            &0x20          \b, Home Flag
>4      byte            ^0x80
>>4     byte            &0x10          \b, VBR
>>4     byte            ^0x10          \b, CBR
>>7     byte&0x1E       0x02           \b, single stream
>>7     byte&0x1E       0x04           \b, 2 streams
>>7     byte&0x1E       0x06           \b, 3 streams
>>7     byte            &0x08          \b, 4 or more streams
>>7     byte            &0x10          \b, 8 or more streams
>>4    byte            &0x40          \b, Original Stream(s)
>>4    byte            &0x20          \b, Home Source

# Live or stored single AAC stream (used with MPEG-2 systems)
0       beshort&0xFFF6  0xFFF0         MPEG ADTS, AAC
!:mime	audio/x-hx-aac-adts
>1      byte            &0x08          \b, v2
>1      byte            ^0x08          \b, v4
# profile
>>2     byte            &0xC0          \b LTP
>2      byte&0xc0       0x00           \b Main
>2      byte&0xc0       0x40           \b LC
>2      byte&0xc0       0x80           \b SSR
# timing
>2      byte&0x3c       0x00           \b, 96 kHz
>2      byte&0x3c       0x04           \b, 88.2 kHz
>2      byte&0x3c       0x08           \b, 64 kHz
>2      byte&0x3c       0x0c           \b, 48 kHz
>2      byte&0x3c       0x10           \b, 44.1 kHz
>2      byte&0x3c       0x14           \b, 32 kHz
>2      byte&0x3c       0x18           \b, 24 kHz
>2      byte&0x3c       0x1c           \b, 22.05 kHz
>2      byte&0x3c       0x20           \b, 16 kHz
>2      byte&0x3c       0x24           \b, 12 kHz
>2      byte&0x3c       0x28           \b, 11.025 kHz
>2      byte&0x3c       0x2c           \b, 8 kHz
# channels
>2      beshort&0x01c0  0x0040         \b, monaural
>2      beshort&0x01c0  0x0080         \b, stereo
>2      beshort&0x01c0  0x00c0         \b, stereo + center
>2      beshort&0x01c0  0x0100         \b, stereo+center+LFE
>2      beshort&0x01c0  0x0140         \b, surround
>2      beshort&0x01c0  0x0180         \b, surround + LFE
>2      beshort         &0x01C0        \b, surround + side
#>1     byte            ^0x01           \b, Data Verify
#>2     byte            &0x02           \b, Custom Flag
#>3     byte            &0x20           \b, Original Stream
#>3     byte            &0x10           \b, Home Source
#>3     byte            &0x08           \b, Copyrighted

# Live MPEG-4 audio streams (instead of RTP FlexMux)
0       beshort&0xFFE0  0x56E0         MPEG-4 LOAS
!:mime	audio/x-mp4a-latm
#>1     beshort&0x1FFF  x              \b, %u byte packet
>3      byte&0xE0       0x40
>>4     byte&0x3C       0x04           \b, single stream
>>4     byte&0x3C       0x08           \b, 2 streams
>>4     byte&0x3C       0x0C           \b, 3 streams
>>4     byte            &0x08          \b, 4 or more streams
>>4     byte            &0x20          \b, 8 or more streams
>3      byte&0xC0       0
>>4     byte&0x78       0x08           \b, single stream
>>4     byte&0x78       0x10           \b, 2 streams
>>4     byte&0x78       0x18           \b, 3 streams
>>4     byte            &0x20          \b, 4 or more streams
>>4     byte            &0x40          \b, 8 or more streams
# This magic isn't strong enough (matches plausible ISO-8859-1 text)
#0       beshort         0x4DE1         MPEG-4 LO-EP audio stream
#!:mime	audio/x-mp4a-latm

# Summary: FLI animation format
# Created by: Daniel Quinlan <quinlan@yggdrasil.com>
# Modified by (1): Abel Cheung <abelcheung@gmail.com> (avoid over-generic detection)
4	leshort		0xAF11
# standard FLI always has 320x200 resolution and 8 bit color
>8	leshort		320
>>10	leshort		200
>>>12	leshort		8			FLI animation, 320x200x8
!:mime	video/x-fli
>>>>6	leshort		x			\b, %d frames
# frame speed is multiple of 1/70s
>>>>16	leshort		x			\b, %d/70s per frame

# Summary: FLC animation format
# Created by: Daniel Quinlan <quinlan@yggdrasil.com>
# Modified by (1): Abel Cheung <abelcheung@gmail.com> (avoid over-generic detection)
4	leshort		0xAF12
# standard FLC always use 8 bit color
>12	leshort		8			FLC animation
!:mime	video/x-flc
>>8	leshort		x			\b, %d
>>10	leshort		x			\bx%dx8
>>6	uleshort	x			\b, %d frames
>>16	uleshort	x			\b, %dms per frame

# DL animation format
# XXX - collision with most `mips' magic
#
# I couldn't find a real magic number for these, however, this
# -appears- to work.  Note that it might catch other files, too, so be
# careful!
#
# Note that title and author appear in the two 20-byte chunks
# at decimal offsets 2 and 22, respectively, but they are XOR'ed with
# 255 (hex FF)!  The DL format is really bad.
#
#0	byte	1	DL version 1, medium format (160x100, 4 images/screen)
#!:mime	video/x-unknown
#>42	byte	x	- %d screens,
#>43	byte	x	%d commands
#0	byte	2	DL version 2
#!:mime	video/x-unknown
#>1	byte	1	- large format (320x200,1 image/screen),
#>1	byte	2	- medium format (160x100,4 images/screen),
#>1	byte	>2	- unknown format,
#>42	byte	x	%d screens,
#>43	byte	x	%d commands
# Based on empirical evidence, DL version 3 have several nulls following the
# \003.  Most of them start with non-null values at hex offset 0x34 or so.
#0	string	\3\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0	DL version 3

# iso 13818 transport stream
#
# from Oskar Schirmer <schirmer@scara.com> Feb 3, 2001 (ISO 13818.1)
# (the following is a little bit restrictive and works fine for a stream
#  that starts with PAT properly. it won't work for stream data, that is
#  cut from an input device data right in the middle, but this shouldn't
#  disturb)
# syncbyte      8 bit	0x47
# error_ind     1 bit	-
# payload_start 1 bit	1
# priority      1 bit	-
# PID          13 bit	0x0000
# scrambling    2 bit	-
# adaptfld_ctrl 2 bit	1 or 3
# conti_count   4 bit	0
0	belong&0xFF5FFF1F	0x47400010	MPEG transport stream data
>188	byte			!0x47		CORRUPTED

# DIF digital video file format <mpruett@sgi.com>
0	belong&0xffffff00	0x1f070000      DIF
>4	byte			&0x01		(DVCPRO) movie file
>4	byte			^0x01		(DV) movie file
>3	byte			&0x80		(PAL)
>3	byte			^0x80		(NTSC)

# Microsoft Advanced Streaming Format (ASF) <mpruett@sgi.com>
0	belong			0x3026b275	Microsoft ASF
!:mime  video/x-ms-asf

# MNG Video Format, <URL:http://www.libpng.org/pub/mng/spec/>
0	string			\x8aMNG		MNG video data,
!:mime	video/x-mng
>4	belong			!0x0d0a1a0a	CORRUPTED,
>4	belong			0x0d0a1a0a
>>16    belong	x				%ld x
>>20    belong	x				%ld

# JNG Video Format, <URL:http://www.libpng.org/pub/mng/spec/>
0	string			\x8bJNG		JNG video data,
!:mime	video/x-jng
>4	belong			!0x0d0a1a0a	CORRUPTED,
>4	belong			0x0d0a1a0a
>>16    belong	x				%ld x
>>20    belong	x				%ld

# Vivo video (Wolfram Kleff)
3	string		\x0D\x0AVersion:Vivo	Vivo video data

# VRML (Virtual Reality Modelling Language)
0       string/w        #VRML\ V1.0\ ascii	VRML 1 file
!:mime	model/vrml
0	string/w	#VRML\ V2.0\ utf8	ISO/IEC 14772 VRML 97 file
!:mime	model/vrml

# X3D (Extensible 3D) [http://www.web3d.org/specifications/x3d-3.0.dtd]
# From Michel Briand <michelbriand@free.fr>
0	string		\<?xml\ version="
!:strength +1
>20	search/1000/cw  \<!DOCTYPE\ X3D		X3D (Extensible 3D) model xml text
!:mime model/x3d

#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# HVQM4: compressed movie format designed by Hudson for Nintendo GameCube
# From Mark Sheppard <msheppard@climax.co.uk>, 2002-10-03
#
0	string		HVQM4		%s
>6	string		>\0		v%s
>0	byte		x		GameCube movie,
>0x34	ubeshort	x		%d x
>0x36	ubeshort	x		%d,
>0x26	ubeshort	x		%dµs,
>0x42	ubeshort	0		no audio
>0x42	ubeshort	>0		%dHz audio

# From: "Stefan A. Haubenthal" <polluks@web.de>
0	string		DVDVIDEO-VTS	Video title set,
>0x21	byte		x		v%x
0	string		DVDVIDEO-VMG	Video manager,
>0x21	byte		x		v%x

# From: Behan Webster <behanw@websterwood.com>
# NuppelVideo used by Mythtv (*.nuv)
# Note: there are two identical stanzas here differing only in the
# initial string matched. It used to be done with a regex, but we're
# trying to get rid of those.
0	string		NuppelVideo	MythTV NuppelVideo
>12	string		x		v%s
>20	lelong		x		(%d
>24	lelong		x		\bx%d),
>36	string		P		\bprogressive,
>36	string		I		\binterlaced,
>40	ledouble	x		\baspect:%.2f,
>48	ledouble	x		\bfps:%.2f
0	string		MythTV		MythTV NuppelVideo
>12	string		x		v%s
>20	lelong		x		(%d
>24	lelong		x		\bx%d),
>36	string		P		\bprogressive,
>36	string		I		\binterlaced,
>40	ledouble	x		\baspect:%.2f,
>48	ledouble	x		\bfps:%.2f

#						MPEG file
# MPEG sequences
# FIXME: This section is from the old magic.mime file and needs integrating with the rest
0       belong             0x000001BA
>4      byte               &0x40
!:mime	video/mp2p
>4      byte               ^0x40
!:mime	video/mpeg
0       belong             0x000001BB
!:mime	video/mpeg
0       belong             0x000001B0
!:mime	video/mp4v-es
0       belong             0x000001B5
!:mime	video/mp4v-es
0       belong             0x000001B3
!:mime	video/mpv
0       belong&0xFF5FFF1F  0x47400010
!:mime	video/mp2t
0       belong             0x00000001
>4      byte&0x1F	   0x07
!:mime	video/h264

# Type: Bink Video
# URL:  http://wiki.multimedia.cx/index.php?title=3DBink_Container
# From: <hoehle@users.sourceforge.net>  2008-07-18
0	string		BIK	Bink Video
>3	regex		=[a-z]	rev.%s
#>4	ulelong		x	size %d
>20	ulelong		x	\b, %d
>24	ulelong		x	\bx%d
>8	ulelong		x	\b, %d frames
>32	ulelong		x	at rate %d/
>28	ulelong		>1	\b%d
>40	ulelong		=0	\b, no audio
>40	ulelong		!0	\b, %d audio track
>>40	ulelong		!1	\bs
# follow properties of the first audio track only
>>48	uleshort	x	%dHz
>>51	byte&0x20	0	mono
>>51	byte&0x20	!0	stereo
#>>51	byte&0x10	0	FFT
#>>51	byte&0x10	!0	DCT

#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# $File: archive,v 1.55 2009/12/04 15:00:47 christos Exp $
# archive:  file(1) magic for archive formats (see also "msdos" for self-
#           extracting compressed archives)
#
# cpio, ar, arc, arj, hpack, lha/lharc, rar, squish, uc2, zip, zoo, etc.
# pre-POSIX "tar" archives are handled in the C code.

# POSIX tar archives
257	string		ustar\0		POSIX tar archive
!:mime	application/x-tar # encoding: posix
257	string		ustar\040\040\0	GNU tar archive
!:mime	application/x-tar # encoding: gnu

# cpio archives
#
# Yes, the top two "cpio archive" formats *are* supposed to just be "short".
# The idea is to indicate archives produced on machines with the same
# byte order as the machine running "file" with "cpio archive", and
# to indicate archives produced on machines with the opposite byte order
# from the machine running "file" with "byte-swapped cpio archive".
#
# The SVR4 "cpio(4)" hints that there are additional formats, but they
# are defined as "short"s; I think all the new formats are
# character-header formats and thus are strings, not numbers.
0	short		070707		cpio archive
!:mime	application/x-cpio
0	short		0143561		byte-swapped cpio archive
!:mime	application/x-cpio # encoding: swapped
0	string		070707		ASCII cpio archive (pre-SVR4 or odc)
0	string		070701		ASCII cpio archive (SVR4 with no CRC)
0	string		070702		ASCII cpio archive (SVR4 with CRC)

# Debian package (needs to go before regular portable archives)
#
0	string		=!<arch>\ndebian
!:mime	application/x-debian-package
>8	string		debian-split	part of multipart Debian package
>8	string		debian-binary	Debian binary package
>8	string		!debian
>68	string		>\0		(format %s)
# These next two lines do not work, because a bzip2 Debian archive
# still uses gzip for the control.tar (first in the archive).  Only
# data.tar varies, and the location of its filename varies too.
# file/libmagic does not current have support for ascii-string based
# (offsets) as of 2005-09-15.
#>81	string		bz2		\b, uses bzip2 compression
#>84	string		gz		\b, uses gzip compression
#>136	ledate		x		created: %s

# other archives
0	long		0177555		very old archive
0	short		0177555		very old PDP-11 archive
0	long		0177545		old archive
0	short		0177545		old PDP-11 archive
0	long		0100554		apl workspace
0	string		=<ar>		archive
!:mime	application/x-archive

# MIPS archive (needs to go before regular portable archives)
#
0	string	=!<arch>\n__________E	MIPS archive
>20	string	U			with MIPS Ucode members
>21	string	L			with MIPSEL members
>21	string	B			with MIPSEB members
>19	string	L			and an EL hash table
>19	string	B			and an EB hash table
>22	string	X			-- out of date

0	search/1	-h-		Software Tools format archive text

#
# XXX - why are there multiple <ar> thingies?  Note that 0x213c6172 is
# "!<ar", so, for new-style (4.xBSD/SVR2andup) archives, we have:
#
# 0	string		=!<arch>		current ar archive
# 0	long		0x213c6172	archive file
#
# and for SVR1 archives, we have:
#
# 0	string		\<ar>		System V Release 1 ar archive
# 0	string		=<ar>		archive
#
# XXX - did Aegis really store shared libraries, breakpointed modules,
# and absolute code program modules in the same format as new-style
# "ar" archives?
#
0	string		=!<arch>		current ar archive
!:mime	application/x-archive
>68	string		__.SYMDEF	random library
>0	belong		=65538		- pre SR9.5
>0	belong		=65539		- post SR9.5
>0	beshort		2		- object archive
>0	beshort		3		- shared library module
>0	beshort		4		- debug break-pointed module
>0	beshort		5		- absolute code program module
0	string		\<ar>		System V Release 1 ar archive
0	string		=<ar>		archive
#
# XXX - from "vax", which appears to collect a bunch of byte-swapped
# thingies, to help you recognize VAX files on big-endian machines;
# with "leshort", "lelong", and "string", that's no longer necessary....
#
0	belong		0x65ff0000	VAX 3.0 archive
0	belong		0x3c61723e	VAX 5.0 archive
#
0	long		0x213c6172	archive file
0	lelong		0177555		very old VAX archive
0	leshort		0177555		very old PDP-11 archive
#
# XXX - "pdp" claims that 0177545 can have an __.SYMDEF member and thus
# be a random library (it said 0xff65 rather than 0177545).
#
0	lelong		0177545		old VAX archive
>8	string		__.SYMDEF	random library
0	leshort		0177545		old PDP-11 archive
>8	string		__.SYMDEF	random library
#
# From "pdp" (but why a 4-byte quantity?)
#
0	lelong		0x39bed		PDP-11 old archive
0	lelong		0x39bee		PDP-11 4.0 archive

# ARC archiver, from Daniel Quinlan (quinlan@yggdrasil.com)
#
# The first byte is the magic (0x1a), byte 2 is the compression type for
# the first file (0x01 through 0x09), and bytes 3 to 15 are the MS-DOS
# filename of the first file (null terminated).  Since some types collide
# we only test some types on basis of frequency: 0x08 (83%), 0x09 (5%),
# 0x02 (5%), 0x03 (3%), 0x04 (2%), 0x06 (2%).  0x01 collides with terminfo.
0	lelong&0x8080ffff	0x0000081a	ARC archive data, dynamic LZW
!:mime	application/x-arc
0	lelong&0x8080ffff	0x0000091a	ARC archive data, squashed
!:mime	application/x-arc
0	lelong&0x8080ffff	0x0000021a	ARC archive data, uncompressed
!:mime	application/x-arc
0	lelong&0x8080ffff	0x0000031a	ARC archive data, packed
!:mime	application/x-arc
0	lelong&0x8080ffff	0x0000041a	ARC archive data, squeezed
!:mime	application/x-arc
0	lelong&0x8080ffff	0x0000061a	ARC archive data, crunched
!:mime	application/x-arc
# [JW] stuff taken from idarc, obviously ARC successors:
0	lelong&0x8080ffff	0x00000a1a	PAK archive data
!:mime	application/x-arc
0	lelong&0x8080ffff	0x0000141a	ARC+ archive data
!:mime	application/x-arc
0	lelong&0x8080ffff	0x0000481a	HYP archive data
!:mime	application/x-arc

# Acorn archive formats (Disaster prone simpleton, m91dps@ecs.ox.ac.uk)
# I can't create either SPARK or ArcFS archives so I have not tested this stuff
# [GRR:  the original entries collide with ARC, above; replaced with combined
#  version (not tested)]
#0	byte		0x1a		RISC OS archive (spark format)
0	string		\032archive	RISC OS archive (ArcFS format)
0       string          Archive\000     RISC OS archive (ArcFS format)

# All these were taken from idarc, many could not be verified. Unfortunately,
# there were many low-quality sigs, i.e. easy to trigger false positives.
# Please notify me of any real-world fishy/ambiguous signatures and I'll try
# to get my hands on the actual archiver and see if I find something better. [JW]
# probably many can be enhanced by finding some 0-byte or control char near the start

# idarc calls this Crush/Uncompressed... *shrug*
0	string	CRUSH Crush archive data
# Squeeze It (.sqz)
0	string	HLSQZ Squeeze It archive data
# SQWEZ
0	string	SQWEZ SQWEZ archive data
# HPack (.hpk)
0	string	HPAK HPack archive data
# HAP
0	string	\x91\x33HF HAP archive data
# MD/MDCD
0	string	MDmd MDCD archive data
# LIM
0	string	LIM\x1a LIM archive data
# SAR
3	string	LH5 SAR archive data
# BSArc/BS2
0	string	\212\3SB \0 BSArc/BS2 archive data
# MAR
2	string	=-ah MAR archive data
# ACB
0	belong&0x00f800ff	0x00800000 ACB archive data
# CPZ
# TODO, this is what idarc says: 0	string	\0\0\0 CPZ archive data
# JRC
0	string	JRchive JRC archive data
# Quantum
0	string	DS\0 Quantum archive data
# ReSOF
0	string	PK\3\6 ReSOF archive data
# QuArk
0	string	7\4 QuArk archive data
# YAC
14	string	YC YAC archive data
# X1
0	string	X1 X1 archive data
0	string	XhDr X1 archive data
# CDC Codec (.dqt)
0	belong&0xffffe000	0x76ff2000 CDC Codec archive data
# AMGC
0	string	\xad6" AMGC archive data
# NuLIB
0	string	NõFélå NuLIB archive data
# PakLeo
0	string	LEOLZW PAKLeo archive data
# ChArc
0	string	SChF ChArc archive data
# PSA
0	string	PSA PSA archive data
# CrossePAC
0	string	DSIGDCC CrossePAC archive data
# Freeze
0	string	\x1f\x9f\x4a\x10\x0a Freeze archive data
# KBoom
0	string	¨MP¨ KBoom archive data
# NSQ, must go after CDC Codec
0	string	\x76\xff NSQ archive data
# DPA
0	string	Dirk\ Paehl DPA archive data
# BA
# TODO: idarc says "bytes 0-2 == bytes 3-5"
# TTComp
0	string	\0\6 TTComp archive data
# ESP, could this conflict with Easy Software Products' (e.g.ESP ghostscript) documentation?
0	string	ESP ESP archive data
# ZPack
0	string	\1ZPK\1 ZPack archive data
# Sky
0	string	\xbc\x40 Sky archive data
# UFA
0	string	UFA UFA archive data
# Dry
0	string	=-H2O DRY archive data
# FoxSQZ
0	string	FOXSQZ FoxSQZ archive data
# AR7
0	string	,AR7 AR7 archive data
# PPMZ
0	string	PPMZ PPMZ archive data
# MS Compress
4	string	\x88\xf0\x27 MS Compress archive data
# updated by Joerg Jenderek
>9	string	\0		
>>0	string	KWAJ		
>>>7	string	\321\003	MS Compress archive data
>>>>14	ulong	>0		\b, original size: %ld bytes
>>>>18		ubyte	>0x65  	
>>>>>18		string	x    	\b, was %.8s
>>>>>(10.b-4)	string	x    	\b.%.3s
# MP3 (archiver, not lossy audio compression)
0	string	MP3\x1a MP3-Archiver archive data
# ZET
0	string	OZÝ ZET archive data
# TSComp
0	string	\x65\x5d\x13\x8c\x08\x01\x03\x00 TSComp archive data
# ARQ
0	string	gW\4\1 ARQ archive data
# Squash
3	string	OctSqu Squash archive data
# Terse
0	string	\5\1\1\0 Terse archive data
# PUCrunch
0	string	\x01\x08\x0b\x08\xef\x00\x9e\x32\x30\x36\x31 PUCrunch archive data
# UHarc
0	string	UHA UHarc archive data
# ABComp
0	string	\2AB ABComp archive data
0	string	\3AB2 ABComp archive data
# CMP
0	string	CO\0 CMP archive data
# Splint
0	string	\x93\xb9\x06 Splint archive data
# InstallShield
0	string	 \x13\x5d\x65\x8c InstallShield Z archive Data
# Gather
1	string	GTH Gather archive data
# BOA
0	string	BOA BOA archive data
# RAX
0	string	ULEB\xa RAX archive data
# Xtreme
0	string	ULEB\0 Xtreme archive data
# Pack Magic
0	string	@â\1\0 Pack Magic archive data
# BTS
0	belong&0xfeffffff	0x1a034465 BTS archive data
# ELI 5750
0	string	Ora\  ELI 5750 archive data
# QFC
0	string	\x1aFC\x1a QFC archive data
0	string	\x1aQF\x1a QFC archive data
# PRO-PACK
0	string	RNC PRO-PACK archive data
# 777
0	string	777 777 archive data
# LZS221
0	string	sTaC LZS221 archive data
# HPA
0	string	HPA HPA archive data
# Arhangel
0	string	LG Arhangel archive data
# EXP1, uses bzip2
0	string	0123456789012345BZh EXP1 archive data
# IMP
0	string	IMP\xa IMP archive data
# NRV
0	string	\x00\x9E\x6E\x72\x76\xFF NRV archive data
# Squish
0	string	\x73\xb2\x90\xf4 Squish archive data
# Par
0	string	PHILIPP Par archive data
0	string	PAR Par archive data
# HIT
0	string	UB HIT archive data
# SBX
0	belong&0xfffff000	0x53423000 SBX archive data
# NaShrink
0	string	NSK NaShrink archive data
# SAPCAR
0	string	#\ CAR\ archive\ header SAPCAR archive data
0	string	CAR\ 2.00RG SAPCAR archive data
# Disintegrator
0	string	DST Disintegrator archive data
# ASD
0	string	ASD ASD archive data
# InstallShield CAB
0	string	ISc( InstallShield CAB
# TOP4
0	string	T4\x1a TOP4 archive data
# BatComp left out: sig looks like COM executable
# so TODO: get real 4dos batcomp file and find sig
# BlakHole
0	string	BH\5\7 BlakHole archive data
# BIX
0	string	BIX0 BIX archive data
# ChiefLZA
0	string	ChfLZ ChiefLZA archive data
# Blink
0	string	Blink Blink archive data
# Logitech Compress
0	string	\xda\xfa Logitech Compress archive data
# ARS-Sfx (FIXME: really a SFX? then goto COM/EXE)
1	string	(C)\ STEPANYUK ARS-Sfx archive data
# AKT/AKT32
0	string	AKT32 AKT32 archive data
0	string	AKT AKT archive data
# NPack
0	string	MSTSM NPack archive data
# PFT
0	string	\0\x50\0\x14 PFT archive data
# SemOne
0	string	SEM SemOne archive data
# PPMD
0	string	\x8f\xaf\xac\x84 PPMD archive data
# FIZ
0	string	FIZ FIZ archive data
# MSXiE
0	belong&0xfffff0f0	0x4d530000 MSXiE archive data
# DeepFreezer
0	belong&0xfffffff0	0x797a3030 DeepFreezer archive data
# DC
0	string	=<DC- DC archive data
# TPac
0	string	\4TPAC\3 TPac archive data
# Ai
0	string	Ai\1\1\0 Ai archive data
0	string	Ai\1\0\0 Ai archive data
# Ai32
0	string	Ai\2\0 Ai32 archive data
0	string	Ai\2\1 Ai32 archive data
# SBC
0	string	SBC SBC archive data
# Ybs
0	string	YBS Ybs archive data
# DitPack
0	string	\x9e\0\0 DitPack archive data
# DMS
0	string	DMS! DMS archive data
# EPC
0	string	\x8f\xaf\xac\x8c EPC archive data
# VSARC
0	string	VS\x1a VSARC archive data
# PDZ
0	string	PDZ PDZ archive data
# ReDuq
0	string	rdqx ReDuq archive data
# GCA
0	string	GCAX GCA archive data
# PPMN
0	string	pN PPMN archive data
# WinImage
3	string	WINIMAGE WinImage archive data
# Compressia
0	string	CMP0CMP Compressia archive data
# UHBC
0	string	UHB UHBC archive data
# WinHKI
0	string	\x61\x5C\x04\x05 WinHKI archive data
# WWPack data file
0	string	WWP WWPack archive data
# BSN (BSA, PTS-DOS)
0	string	\xffBSG BSN archive data
1	string	\xffBSG BSN archive data
3	string	\xffBSG BSN archive data
1	string	\0\xae\2 BSN archive data
1	string	\0\xae\3 BSN archive data
1	string	\0\xae\7 BSN archive data
# AIN
0	string	\x33\x18 AIN archive data
0	string	\x33\x17 AIN archive data
# XPA32
0	string	xpa\0\1 XPA32 archive data
# SZip (TODO: doesn't catch all versions)
0	string	SZ\x0a\4 SZip archive data
# XPack DiskImage
0	string	jm XPack DiskImage archive data
# XPack Data
0	string	xpa XPack archive data
# XPack Single Data
0	string	Í\ jm XPack single archive data

# TODO: missing due to unknown magic/magic at end of file:
#DWC
#ARG
#ZAR
#PC/3270
#InstallIt
#RKive
#RK
#XPack Diskimage

# These were inspired by idarc, but actually verified
# Dzip archiver (.dz)
0	string	DZ Dzip archive data
>2	byte	x \b, version %i
>3	byte	x \b.%i
# ZZip archiver (.zz)
0	string	ZZ\ \0\0 ZZip archive data
0	string	ZZ0 ZZip archive data
# PAQ archiver (.paq)
0	string	\xaa\x40\x5f\x77\x1f\xe5\x82\x0d PAQ archive data
0	string	PAQ PAQ archive data
>3	byte&0xf0	0x30
>>3	byte	x (v%c)
# JAR archiver (.j), this is the successor to ARJ, not Java's JAR (which is essentially ZIP)
0xe	string	\x1aJar\x1b JAR (ARJ Software, Inc.) archive data
0	string	JARCS JAR (ARJ Software, Inc.) archive data

# ARJ archiver (jason@jarthur.Claremont.EDU)
0	leshort		0xea60		ARJ archive data
!:mime	application/x-arj
>5	byte		x		\b, v%d,
>8	byte		&0x04		multi-volume,
>8	byte		&0x10		slash-switched,
>8	byte		&0x20		backup,
>34	string		x		original name: %s,
>7	byte		0		os: MS-DOS
>7	byte		1		os: PRIMOS
>7	byte		2		os: Unix
>7	byte		3		os: Amiga
>7	byte		4		os: Macintosh
>7	byte		5		os: OS/2
>7	byte		6		os: Apple ][ GS
>7	byte		7		os: Atari ST
>7	byte		8		os: NeXT
>7	byte		9		os: VAX/VMS
>3	byte		>0		%d]
# [JW] idarc says this is also possible
2	leshort		0xea60		ARJ archive data

# HA archiver (Greg Roelofs, newt@uchicago.edu)
# This is a really bad format. A file containing HAWAII will match this...
#0	string		HA		HA archive data,
#>2	leshort		=1		1 file,
#>2	leshort		>1		%u files,
#>4	byte&0x0f	=0		first is type CPY
#>4	byte&0x0f	=1		first is type ASC
#>4	byte&0x0f	=2		first is type HSC
#>4	byte&0x0f	=0x0e		first is type DIR
#>4	byte&0x0f	=0x0f		first is type SPECIAL
# suggestion: at least identify small archives (<1024 files)
0  belong&0xffff00fc 0x48410000 HA archive data
>2	leshort		=1		1 file,
>2	leshort		>1		%u files,
>4	byte&0x0f	=0		first is type CPY
>4	byte&0x0f	=1		first is type ASC
>4	byte&0x0f	=2		first is type HSC
>4	byte&0x0f	=0x0e		first is type DIR
>4	byte&0x0f	=0x0f		first is type SPECIAL

# HPACK archiver (Peter Gutmann, pgut1@cs.aukuni.ac.nz)
0	string		HPAK		HPACK archive data

# JAM Archive volume format, by Dmitry.Kohmanyuk@UA.net
0	string		\351,\001JAM\ 		JAM archive,
>7	string		>\0			version %.4s
>0x26	byte		=0x27			-
>>0x2b	string          >\0			label %.11s,
>>0x27	lelong		x			serial %08x,
>>0x36	string		>\0			fstype %.8s

# LHARC/LHA archiver (Greg Roelofs, newt@uchicago.edu)
2	string		-lh0-		LHarc 1.x/ARX archive data [lh0]
!:mime	application/x-lharc
2	string		-lh1-		LHarc 1.x/ARX archive data [lh1]
!:mime	application/x-lharc
2	string		-lz4-		LHarc 1.x archive data [lz4]
!:mime	application/x-lharc
2	string		-lz5-		LHarc 1.x archive data [lz5]
!:mime	application/x-lharc
#	[never seen any but the last; -lh4- reported in comp.compression:]
2	string		-lzs-		LHa/LZS archive data [lzs]
!:mime	application/x-lha
2	string		-lh\40-		LHa 2.x? archive data [lh ]
!:mime	application/x-lha
2	string		-lhd-		LHa 2.x? archive data [lhd]
!:mime	application/x-lha
2	string		-lh2-		LHa 2.x? archive data [lh2]
!:mime	application/x-lha
2	string		-lh3-		LHa 2.x? archive data [lh3]
!:mime	application/x-lha
2	string		-lh4-		LHa (2.x) archive data [lh4]
!:mime	application/x-lha
2	string		-lh5-		LHa (2.x) archive data [lh5]
!:mime	application/x-lha
2	string		-lh6-		LHa (2.x) archive data [lh6]
!:mime	application/x-lha
2	string		-lh7-		LHa (2.x)/LHark archive data [lh7]
!:mime	application/x-lha
>20	byte		x		- header level %d
# taken from idarc [JW]
2   string      -lZ         PUT archive data
2   string      -lz         LZS archive data 
2   string      -sw1-       Swag archive data

# RAR archiver (Greg Roelofs, newt@uchicago.edu)
0	string		Rar!		RAR archive data,
!:mime	application/x-rar
>44	byte		x		v%0x,
>10	byte		>0		flags:
>>10	byte		&0x01		Archive volume,
>>10	byte		&0x02		Commented,
>>10	byte		&0x04		Locked,
>>10	byte		&0x08		Solid,
>>10	byte		&0x20		Authenticated,
>35	byte		0		os: MS-DOS
>35	byte		1		os: OS/2
>35	byte		2		os: Win32
>35	byte		3		os: Unix
# some old version? idarc says:
0   string      RE\x7e\x5e  RAR archive data

# SQUISH archiver (Greg Roelofs, newt@uchicago.edu)
0	string		SQSH		squished archive data (Acorn RISCOS)

# UC2 archiver (Greg Roelofs, newt@uchicago.edu)
# [JW] see exe section for self-extracting version
0	string		UC2\x1a		UC2 archive data

# PKZIP multi-volume archive
0	string		PK\x07\x08PK\x03\x04	Zip multi-volume archive data, at least PKZIP v2.50 to extract
!:mime	application/zip

# ZIP archives (Greg Roelofs, c/o zip-bugs@wkuvx1.wku.edu)
0	string		PK\003\004
>30	ubelong		!0x6d696d65
>>4	byte		0x00		Zip archive data
!:mime	application/zip
>>4	byte		0x09		Zip archive data, at least v0.9 to extract
!:mime	application/zip
>>4	byte		0x0a		Zip archive data, at least v1.0 to extract
!:mime	application/zip
>>4	byte		0x0b		Zip archive data, at least v1.1 to extract
!:mime	application/zip
>>0x161	string		WINZIP          Zip archive data, WinZIP self-extracting
!:mime	application/zip
>>4	byte		0x14		Zip archive data, at least v2.0 to extract
!:mime	application/zip

# OpenOffice.org / KOffice / StarOffice documents
# Listed here because they ARE zip files
#
# From: Abel Cheung <abel@oaka.org>
>30	string		mimetype

# KOffice (1.2 or above) formats
>>50	string	vnd.kde.		KOffice (>=1.2)
>>>58	string	karbon			Karbon document
>>>58	string	kchart			KChart document
>>>58	string	kformula		KFormula document
>>>58	string	kivio			Kivio document
>>>58	string	kontour			Kontour document
>>>58	string	kpresenter		KPresenter document
>>>58	string	kspread			KSpread document
>>>58	string	kword			KWord document

# OpenOffice formats (for OpenOffice 1.x / StarOffice 6/7)
>>50	string	vnd.sun.xml.		OpenOffice.org 1.x
>>>62	string	writer			Writer
>>>>68	byte	!0x2e			document
>>>>68	string	.template		template
>>>>68	string	.global			global document
>>>62	string	calc			Calc
>>>>66	byte	!0x2e			spreadsheet
>>>>66	string	.template		template
>>>62	string	draw			Draw
>>>>66	byte	!0x2e			document
>>>>66	string	.template		template
>>>62	string	impress			Impress
>>>>69	byte	!0x2e			presentation
>>>>69	string	.template		template
>>>62	string	math			Math document
>>>62	string	base			Database file

# OpenDocument formats (for OpenOffice 2.x / StarOffice >= 8)
# http://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/office/200505/msg00006.html
>>50	string	vnd.oasis.opendocument.	OpenDocument
>>>73	string	text
>>>>77	byte	!0x2d			Text
!:mime	application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.text
>>>>77	string	-template		Text Template
!:mime	application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.text-template
>>>>77	string	-web			HTML Document Template
!:mime	application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.text-web
>>>>77	string	-master			Master Document
!:mime	application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.text-master
>>>73	string	graphics
>>>>81	byte	!0x2d			Drawing
!:mime	application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.graphics
>>>>81	string	-template		Template
!:mime	application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.graphics-template
>>>73	string	presentation
>>>>85	byte	!0x2d			Presentation
!:mime	application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.presentation
>>>>85	string	-template		Template
!:mime	application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.presentation-template
>>>73	string	spreadsheet
>>>>84	byte	!0x2d			Spreadsheet
!:mime	application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.spreadsheet
>>>>84	string	-template		Template
!:mime	application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.spreadsheet-template
>>>73	string	chart
>>>>78	byte	!0x2d			Chart
!:mime	application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.chart
>>>>78	string	-template		Template
!:mime	application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.chart-template
>>>73	string	formula
>>>>80	byte	!0x2d			Formula
!:mime	application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.formula
>>>>80	string	-template		Template
!:mime	application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.formula-template
>>>73	string	database		Database
!:mime	application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.database
>>>73	string	image
>>>>78	byte	!0x2d			Image
!:mime	application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.image
>>>>78	string	-template		Template
!:mime	application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.image-template

# Zoo archiver
20	lelong		0xfdc4a7dc	Zoo archive data
!:mime	application/x-zoo
>4	byte		>48		\b, v%c.
>>6	byte		>47		\b%c
>>>7	byte		>47		\b%c
>32	byte		>0		\b, modify: v%d
>>33	byte		x		\b.%d+
>42	lelong		0xfdc4a7dc	\b,
>>70	byte		>0		extract: v%d
>>>71	byte		x		\b.%d+

# Shell archives
10	string		#\ This\ is\ a\ shell\ archive	shell archive text
!:mime	application/octet-stream

#
# LBR. NB: May conflict with the questionable 
#          "binary Computer Graphics Metafile" format.
#
0       string  \0\ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \0\0    LBR archive data
#
# PMA (CP/M derivative of LHA)
#
2       string          -pm0-           PMarc archive data [pm0]
2       string          -pm1-           PMarc archive data [pm1]
2       string          -pm2-           PMarc archive data [pm2]
2       string          -pms-           PMarc SFX archive (CP/M, DOS)
5       string          -pc1-           PopCom compressed executable (CP/M)

# From Rafael Laboissiere <rafael@laboissiere.net>
# The Project Revision Control System (see
# http://prcs.sourceforge.net) generates a packaged project
# file which is recognized by the following entry: 
0	leshort		0xeb81	PRCS packaged project

# Microsoft cabinets 
# by David Necas (Yeti) <yeti@physics.muni.cz>
#0	string	MSCF\0\0\0\0	Microsoft cabinet file data,
#>25	byte	x		v%d
#>24	byte	x		\b.%d
# MPi: All CABs have version 1.3, so this is pointless.
# Better magic in debian-additions.

# GTKtalog catalogs 
# by David Necas (Yeti) <yeti@physics.muni.cz>
4	string	gtktalog\ 	GTKtalog catalog data,
>13	string	3		version 3
>>14	beshort	0x677a		(gzipped)
>>14	beshort	!0x677a		(not gzipped)
>13	string	>3		version %s

############################################################################
# Parity archive reconstruction file, the 'par' file format now used on Usenet.
0       string          PAR\0	PARity archive data
>48	leshort		=0	- Index file
>48	leshort		>0	- file number %d

# Felix von Leitner <felix-file@fefe.de>
0	string	d8:announce	BitTorrent file
!:mime	application/x-bittorrent

# Atari MSA archive - Teemu Hukkanen <tjhukkan@iki.fi>
0       beshort 0x0e0f          Atari MSA archive data
>2      beshort x       	\b, %d sectors per track
>4      beshort 0       	\b, 1 sided
>4      beshort 1       	\b, 2 sided
>6      beshort x       	\b, starting track: %d
>8      beshort x       	\b, ending track: %d

# Alternate ZIP string (amc@arwen.cs.berkeley.edu)
0	string	PK00PK\003\004	Zip archive data

# ACE archive (from http://www.wotsit.org/download.asp?f=ace)
# by Stefan `Sec` Zehl <sec@42.org>
7	string		**ACE**		ACE archive data
>15	byte	>0		version %d
>16	byte	=0x00		\b, from MS-DOS
>16	byte	=0x01		\b, from OS/2
>16	byte	=0x02		\b, from Win/32
>16	byte	=0x03		\b, from Unix
>16	byte	=0x04		\b, from MacOS
>16	byte	=0x05		\b, from WinNT
>16	byte	=0x06		\b, from Primos
>16	byte	=0x07		\b, from AppleGS
>16	byte	=0x08		\b, from Atari
>16	byte	=0x09		\b, from Vax/VMS
>16	byte	=0x0A		\b, from Amiga
>16	byte	=0x0B		\b, from Next
>14	byte	x		\b, version %d to extract
>5	leshort &0x0080		\b, multiple volumes,
>>17	byte	x		\b (part %d),
>5	leshort &0x0002		\b, contains comment
>5	leshort	&0x0200		\b, sfx
>5	leshort	&0x0400		\b, small dictionary
>5	leshort	&0x0800		\b, multi-volume
>5	leshort	&0x1000		\b, contains AV-String
>>30	string	\x16*UNREGISTERED\x20VERSION*	(unregistered)
>5	leshort &0x2000		\b, with recovery record
>5	leshort &0x4000		\b, locked
>5	leshort &0x8000		\b, solid
# Date in MS-DOS format (whatever that is)
#>18	lelong	x		Created on

# sfArk : compression program for Soundfonts (sf2) by Dirk Jagdmann
# <doj@cubic.org>
0x1A	string	sfArk		sfArk compressed Soundfont
>0x15	string	2
>>0x1	string	>\0		Version %s
>>0x2A	string	>\0		: %s

# DR-DOS 7.03 Packed File *.??_
0	string	Packed\ File\ 	Personal NetWare Packed File
>12	string	x    		\b, was "%.12s"

# EET archive
# From: Tilman Sauerbeck <tilman@code-monkey.de>
0	belong	0x1ee7ff00	EET archive
!:mime	application/x-eet

# rzip archives
0	string	RZIP		rzip compressed data
>4	byte	x		- version %d
>5	byte	x		\b.%d
>6	belong	x		(%d bytes)

# From: "Robert Dale" <robdale@gmail.com>
0	belong	123		dar archive,
>4	belong	x		label "%.8x
>>8	belong	x		%.8x
>>>12	beshort	x		%.4x"
>14	byte	0x54		end slice
>14	beshort	0x4e4e		multi-part
>14	beshort	0x4e53		multi-part, with -S

# Symbian installation files
#  http://www.thouky.co.uk/software/psifs/sis.html
#  http://developer.symbian.com/main/downloads/papers/SymbianOSv91/softwareinstallsis.pdf
8	lelong	0x10000419	Symbian installation file
!:mime	application/vnd.symbian.install
>4	lelong	0x1000006D	(EPOC release 3/4/5)
>4	lelong	0x10003A12	(EPOC release 6)
0	lelong	0x10201A7A	Symbian installation file (Symbian OS 9.x)
!:mime	x-epoc/x-sisx-app

# From "Nelson A. de Oliveira" <naoliv@gmail.com>
0	string	MPQ\032		MoPaQ (MPQ) archive

# From: Dirk Jagdmann <doj@cubic.org>
# xar archive format: http://code.google.com/p/xar/
0	string	xar!		xar archive
>6	beshort	x		- version %ld

# From: "Nelson A. de Oliveira" <naoliv@gmail.com>
# .kgb
0	string KGB_arch		KGB Archiver file
>10	string x		with compression level %.1s

# xar (eXtensible ARchiver) archive
# From: "David Remahl" <dremahl@apple.com>
0	string	xar!		xar archive
#>4	beshort	x		header size %d
>6	beshort	x		version %d,
#>8	quad	x		compressed TOC: %d,
#>16	quad	x		uncompressed TOC: %d,
>24	belong	0		no checksum
>24	belong	1		SHA-1 checksum
>24	belong	2		MD5 checksum

#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# $File: audio,v 1.59 2009/11/04 17:27:37 christos Exp $
# audio:  file(1) magic for sound formats (see also "iff")
#
# Jan Nicolai Langfeldt (janl@ifi.uio.no), Dan Quinlan (quinlan@yggdrasil.com),
# and others
#

# Sun/NeXT audio data
0	string		.snd		Sun/NeXT audio data:
>12	belong		1		8-bit ISDN mu-law,
!:mime	audio/basic
>12	belong		2		8-bit linear PCM [REF-PCM],
!:mime	audio/basic
>12	belong		3		16-bit linear PCM,
!:mime	audio/basic
>12	belong		4		24-bit linear PCM,
!:mime	audio/basic
>12	belong		5		32-bit linear PCM,
!:mime	audio/basic
>12	belong		6		32-bit IEEE floating point,
!:mime	audio/basic
>12	belong		7		64-bit IEEE floating point,
!:mime	audio/basic
>12	belong		8		Fragmented sample data,
>12	belong		10		DSP program,
>12	belong		11		8-bit fixed point,
>12	belong		12		16-bit fixed point,
>12	belong		13		24-bit fixed point,
>12	belong		14		32-bit fixed point,
>12	belong		18		16-bit linear with emphasis,
>12	belong		19		16-bit linear compressed,
>12	belong		20		16-bit linear with emphasis and compression,
>12	belong		21		Music kit DSP commands,
>12	belong		23		8-bit ISDN mu-law compressed (CCITT G.721 ADPCM voice enc.),
!:mime  audio/x-adpcm
>12	belong		24		compressed (8-bit CCITT G.722 ADPCM)
>12	belong		25		compressed (3-bit CCITT G.723.3 ADPCM),
>12	belong		26		compressed (5-bit CCITT G.723.5 ADPCM),
>12	belong		27		8-bit A-law (CCITT G.711),
>20	belong		1		mono,
>20	belong		2		stereo,
>20	belong		4		quad,
>16	belong		>0		%d Hz

# DEC systems (e.g. DECstation 5000) use a variant of the Sun/NeXT format
# that uses little-endian encoding and has a different magic number
0	lelong		0x0064732E	DEC audio data:
>12	lelong		1		8-bit ISDN mu-law,
!:mime	audio/x-dec-basic
>12	lelong		2		8-bit linear PCM [REF-PCM],
!:mime	audio/x-dec-basic
>12	lelong		3		16-bit linear PCM,
!:mime	audio/x-dec-basic
>12	lelong		4		24-bit linear PCM,
!:mime	audio/x-dec-basic
>12	lelong		5		32-bit linear PCM,
!:mime	audio/x-dec-basic
>12	lelong		6		32-bit IEEE floating point,
!:mime	audio/x-dec-basic
>12	lelong		7		64-bit IEEE floating point,
!:mime	audio/x-dec-basic
>12	belong		8		Fragmented sample data,
>12	belong		10		DSP program,
>12	belong		11		8-bit fixed point,
>12	belong		12		16-bit fixed point,
>12	belong		13		24-bit fixed point,
>12	belong		14		32-bit fixed point,
>12	belong		18		16-bit linear with emphasis,
>12	belong		19		16-bit linear compressed,
>12	belong		20		16-bit linear with emphasis and compression,
>12	belong		21		Music kit DSP commands,
>12	lelong		23		8-bit ISDN mu-law compressed (CCITT G.721 ADPCM voice enc.),
!:mime	audio/x-dec-basic
>12	belong		24		compressed (8-bit CCITT G.722 ADPCM)
>12	belong		25		compressed (3-bit CCITT G.723.3 ADPCM),
>12	belong		26		compressed (5-bit CCITT G.723.5 ADPCM),
>12	belong		27		8-bit A-law (CCITT G.711),
>20	lelong		1		mono,
>20	lelong		2		stereo,
>20	lelong		4		quad,
>16	lelong		>0		%d Hz

# Creative Labs AUDIO stuff
0	string	MThd			Standard MIDI data
!:mime	audio/midi
>8 	beshort	x			(format %d)
>10	beshort	x			using %d track
>10	beshort		>1		\bs
>12	beshort&0x7fff	x		at 1/%d
>12	beshort&0x8000	>0		SMPTE

0	string	CTMF			Creative Music (CMF) data
!:mime	audio/x-unknown
0	string	SBI			SoundBlaster instrument data
!:mime	audio/x-unknown
0	string	Creative\ Voice\ File	Creative Labs voice data
!:mime	audio/x-unknown
# is this next line right?  it came this way...
>19	byte	0x1A
>23	byte	>0			- version %d
>22	byte	>0			\b.%d

# first entry is also the string "NTRK"
0	belong		0x4e54524b	MultiTrack sound data
>4	belong		x		- version %ld

# Extended MOD format (*.emd) (Greg Roelofs, newt@uchicago.edu); NOT TESTED
# [based on posting 940824 by "Dirk/Elastik", husberg@lehtori.cc.tut.fi]
0	string		EMOD		Extended MOD sound data,
>4	byte&0xf0	x		version %d
>4	byte&0x0f	x		\b.%d,
>45	byte		x		%d instruments
>83	byte		0		(module)
>83	byte		1		(song)

# Real Audio (Magic .ra\0375)
0	belong		0x2e7261fd	RealAudio sound file
!:mime	audio/x-pn-realaudio
0	string		.RMF		RealMedia file
!:mime	application/vnd.rn-realmedia
#video/x-pn-realvideo
#video/vnd.rn-realvideo
#application/vnd.rn-realmedia
#	sigh, there are many mimes for that but the above are the most common.

# MTM/669/FAR/S3M/ULT/XM format checking [Aaron Eppert, aeppert@dialin.ind.net]
# Oct 31, 1995
# fixed by <doj@cubic.org> 2003-06-24
# Too short...
#0	string		MTM		MultiTracker Module sound file
#0	string		if		Composer 669 Module sound data
#0	string		JN		Composer 669 Module sound data (extended format)
0	string		MAS_U		ULT(imate) Module sound data

#0	string		FAR		Module sound data
#>4	string		>\15		Title: "%s"

0x2c	string		SCRM		ScreamTracker III Module sound data
>0	string		>\0		Title: "%s"

# Gravis UltraSound patches
# From <ache@nagual.ru>

0	string		GF1PATCH110\0ID#000002\0	GUS patch
0	string		GF1PATCH100\0ID#000002\0	Old GUS	patch

# mime types according to http://www.geocities.com/nevilo/mod.htm:
#	audio/it	.it
#	audio/x-zipped-it	.itz
#	audio/xm	fasttracker modules
#	audio/x-s3m	screamtracker modules
#	audio/s3m	screamtracker modules
#	audio/x-zipped-mod	mdz
#	audio/mod	mod
#	audio/x-mod	All modules (mod, s3m, 669, mtm, med, xm, it, mdz, stm, itz, xmz, s3z)

#
# Taken from loader code from mikmod version 2.14
# by Steve McIntyre (stevem@chiark.greenend.org.uk)
# <doj@cubic.org> added title printing on 2003-06-24
0	string	MAS_UTrack_V00
>14	string	>/0		ultratracker V1.%.1s module sound data
!:mime	audio/x-mod
#audio/x-tracker-module

0	string	UN05		MikMod UNI format module sound data

0	string	Extended\ Module: Fasttracker II module sound data
!:mime	audio/x-mod
#audio/x-tracker-module
>17	string	>\0		Title: "%s"

21	string/c	=!SCREAM!	Screamtracker 2 module sound data
!:mime	audio/x-mod
#audio/x-screamtracker-module
21	string	BMOD2STM	Screamtracker 2 module sound data
!:mime	audio/x-mod
#audio/x-screamtracker-module
1080	string	M.K.		4-channel Protracker module sound data
!:mime	audio/x-mod
#audio/x-protracker-module
>0	string	>\0		Title: "%s"
1080	string	M!K!		4-channel Protracker module sound data
!:mime	audio/x-mod
#audio/x-protracker-module
>0	string	>\0		Title: "%s"
1080	string	FLT4		4-channel Startracker module sound data
!:mime	audio/x-mod
#audio/x-startracker-module
>0	string	>\0		Title: "%s"
1080	string	FLT8		8-channel Startracker module sound data
!:mime	audio/x-mod
#audio/x-startracker-module
>0	string	>\0		Title: "%s"
1080	string	4CHN		4-channel Fasttracker module sound data
!:mime	audio/x-mod
#audio/x-fasttracker-module
>0	string	>\0		Title: "%s"
1080	string	6CHN		6-channel Fasttracker module sound data
!:mime	audio/x-mod
#audio/x-fasttracker-module
>0	string	>\0		Title: "%s"
1080	string	8CHN		8-channel Fasttracker module sound data
!:mime	audio/x-mod
#audio/x-fasttracker-module
>0	string	>\0		Title: "%s"
1080	string	CD81		8-channel Octalyser module sound data
!:mime	audio/x-mod
#audio/x-octalysertracker-module
>0	string	>\0		Title: "%s"
1080	string	OKTA		8-channel Octalyzer module sound data
!:mime	audio/x-mod
#audio/x-octalysertracker-module
>0	string	>\0		Title: "%s"
# Not good enough.
#1082	string	CH
#>1080	string	>/0		%.2s-channel Fasttracker "oktalyzer" module sound data
1080	string	16CN		16-channel Taketracker module sound data
!:mime	audio/x-mod
#audio/x-taketracker-module
>0	string	>\0		Title: "%s"
1080	string	32CN		32-channel Taketracker module sound data
!:mime	audio/x-mod
#audio/x-taketracker-module
>0	string	>\0		Title: "%s"

# TOC sound files -Trevor Johnson <trevor@jpj.net>
#
0       string          TOC             TOC sound file

# sidfiles <pooka@iki.fi>
# added name,author,(c) and new RSID type by <doj@cubic.org> 2003-06-24
0	string		SIDPLAY\ INFOFILE	Sidplay info file

0	string		PSID			PlaySID v2.2+ (AMIGA) sidtune
>4	beshort		>0			w/ header v%d,
>14	beshort		=1			single song,
>14	beshort		>1			%d songs,
>16	beshort		>0			default song: %d
>0x16	string		>\0			name: "%s"
>0x36	string		>\0			author: "%s"
>0x56	string		>\0			copyright: "%s"

0	string		RSID			RSID sidtune PlaySID compatible
>4	beshort		>0			w/ header v%d,
>14	beshort		=1			single song,
>14	beshort		>1			%d songs,
>16	beshort		>0			default song: %d
>0x16	string		>\0			name: "%s"
>0x36	string		>\0			author: "%s"
>0x56	string		>\0			copyright: "%s"

# IRCAM <mpruett@sgi.com>
# VAX and MIPS files are little-endian; Sun and NeXT are big-endian
0	belong		0x64a30100		IRCAM file (VAX)
0	belong		0x64a30200		IRCAM file (Sun)
0	belong		0x64a30300		IRCAM file (MIPS little-endian)
0	belong		0x64a30400		IRCAM file (NeXT)

# NIST SPHERE <mpruett@sgi.com>
0	string		NIST_1A\n\ \ \ 1024\n	NIST SPHERE file

# Sample Vision <mpruett@sgi.com>
0	string		SOUND\ SAMPLE\ DATA\ 	Sample Vision file

# Audio Visual Research <tonigonenstein@users.sourceforge.net>
0	string		2BIT			Audio Visual Research file,
>12	beshort		=0			mono,
>12	beshort		=-1			stereo,
>14	beshort		x			%d bits
>16	beshort		=0			unsigned,
>16	beshort		=-1			signed,
>22	belong&0x00ffffff	x		%d Hz,
>18	beshort		=0			no loop,
>18	beshort		=-1			loop,
>21	ubyte		<128			note %d,
>22	byte		=0			replay 5.485 KHz
>22	byte		=1			replay 8.084 KHz
>22	byte		=2			replay 10.971 KHz
>22	byte		=3			replay 16.168 KHz
>22	byte		=4			replay 21.942 KHz
>22	byte		=5			replay 32.336 KHz
>22	byte		=6			replay 43.885 KHz
>22	byte		=7			replay 47.261 KHz

# SGI SoundTrack <mpruett@sgi.com>
0	string		_SGI_SoundTrack		SGI SoundTrack project file
# ID3 version 2 tags <waschk@informatik.uni-rostock.de>
0	string		ID3	Audio file with ID3 version 2
>3	byte		x	\b.%d
>4	byte		x	\b.%d
>>5	byte		&0x80	\b, unsynchronized frames
>>5	byte		&0x40	\b, extended header
>>5	byte		&0x20	\b, experimental
>>5	byte		&0x10	\b, footer present
>(6.I)	indirect	x	\b, contains: 

# NSF (NES sound file) magic
0	string		NESM\x1a	NES Sound File
>14	string		>\0		("%s" by
>46	string		>\0		%s, copyright
>78	string		>\0		%s),
>5	byte		x		version %d,
>6	byte		x		%d tracks,
>122	byte&0x2	=1		dual PAL/NTSC
>122	byte&0x1	=1		PAL
>122	byte&0x1	=0		NTSC

# Impulse tracker module (audio/x-it)
0	string		IMPM		Impulse Tracker module sound data -
!:mime	audio/x-mod
>4	string		>\0		"%s"
>40	leshort		!0		compatible w/ITv%x
>42	leshort		!0		created w/ITv%x

# Imago Orpheus module (audio/x-imf)
60	string		IM10		Imago Orpheus module sound data -
>0	string		>\0		"%s"

# From <collver1@attbi.com>
# These are the /etc/magic entries to decode modules, instruments, and
# samples in Impulse Tracker's native format.

0	string		IMPS		Impulse Tracker Sample
>18	byte		&2		16 bit
>18	byte		^2		8 bit
>18	byte		&4		stereo
>18	byte		^4		mono
0	string		IMPI		Impulse Tracker Instrument
>28	leshort		!0		ITv%x
>30	byte		!0		%d samples

# Yamaha TX Wave:  file(1) magic for Yamaha TX Wave audio files
# From <collver1@attbi.com>
0	string		LM8953		Yamaha TX Wave
>22	byte		0x49		looped
>22	byte		0xC9		non-looped
>23	byte		1		33kHz
>23	byte		2		50kHz
>23	byte		3		16kHz

# scream tracker:  file(1) magic for Scream Tracker sample files
#
# From <collver1@attbi.com>
76	string		SCRS		Scream Tracker Sample
>0	byte		1		sample
>0	byte		2		adlib melody
>0	byte		>2		adlib drum
>31	byte		&2		stereo
>31	byte		^2		mono
>31	byte		&4		16bit little endian
>31	byte		^4		8bit
>30	byte		0		unpacked
>30	byte		1		packed

# audio
# From: Cory Dikkers <cdikkers@swbell.net>
0	string		MMD0		MED music file, version 0
0	string		MMD1		OctaMED Pro music file, version 1
0	string		MMD3		OctaMED Soundstudio music file, version 3
0	string		OctaMEDCmpr	OctaMED Soundstudio compressed file
0	string		MED		MED_Song
0	string		SymM		Symphonie SymMOD music file
#
0	string		THX		AHX version
>3	byte		=0		1 module data
>3	byte		=1		2 module data
#
0	string		OKTASONG	Oktalyzer module data
#
0	string		DIGI\ Booster\ module\0	%s
>20	byte		>0		%c
>>21	byte		>0		\b%c
>>>22	byte		>0		\b%c
>>>>23	byte		>0		\b%c
>610	string		>\0		\b, "%s"
#
0	string		DBM0	   	DIGI Booster Pro Module
>4	byte		>0		V%X.
>>5	byte		x		\b%02X
>16	string		>\0		\b, "%s"
#
0	string		FTMN		FaceTheMusic module
>16	string		>\0d		\b, "%s"

# From: <doj@cubic.org> 2003-06-24
0	string		AMShdr\32	Velvet Studio AMS Module v2.2
0	string		Extreme		Extreme Tracker AMS Module v1.3
0	string		DDMF		Xtracker DMF Module
>4	byte		x		v%i
>0xD	string		>\0		Title: "%s"
>0x2B	string		>\0		Composer: "%s"
0	string		DSM\32		Dynamic Studio Module DSM
0	string		SONG		DigiTrekker DTM Module
0	string		DMDL		DigiTrakker MDL Module
0	string		PSM\32		Protracker Studio PSM Module
44	string		PTMF		Poly Tracker PTM Module
>0	string		>\32		Title: "%s"
0	string		MT20		MadTracker 2.0 Module MT2
0	string		RAD\40by\40REALiTY!! RAD Adlib Tracker Module RAD
0	string		RTMM		RTM Module
0x426	string		MaDoKaN96	XMS Adlib Module
>0	string		>\0		Composer: "%s"
0	string		AMF		AMF Module
>4	string		>\0		Title: "%s"
0	string		MODINFO1	Open Cubic Player Module Inforation MDZ
0	string		Extended\40Instrument: Fast Tracker II Instrument

# From: Takeshi Hamasaki <hma@syd.odn.ne.jp>
# NOA Nancy Codec file
0	string		\210NOA\015\012\032	NOA Nancy Codec Movie file
# Yamaha SMAF format
0	string		MMMD		Yamaha SMAF file
# Sharp Jisaku Melody format for PDC
0	string		\001Sharp\040JisakuMelody	SHARP Cell-Phone ringing Melody
>20	string		Ver01.00	Ver. 1.00
>>32	byte		x		, %d tracks

# Free lossless audio codec <http://flac.sourceforge.net>
# From: Przemyslaw Augustyniak <silvathraec@rpg.pl>
0	string			fLaC		FLAC audio bitstream data
!:mime	audio/x-flac
>4	byte&0x7f		>0		\b, unknown version
>4	byte&0x7f		0		\b
# some common bits/sample values
>>20	beshort&0x1f0		0x030		\b, 4 bit
>>20	beshort&0x1f0		0x050		\b, 6 bit
>>20	beshort&0x1f0		0x070		\b, 8 bit
>>20	beshort&0x1f0		0x0b0		\b, 12 bit
>>20	beshort&0x1f0		0x0f0		\b, 16 bit
>>20	beshort&0x1f0		0x170		\b, 24 bit
>>20	byte&0xe		0x0		\b, mono
>>20	byte&0xe		0x2		\b, stereo
>>20	byte&0xe		0x4		\b, 3 channels
>>20	byte&0xe		0x6		\b, 4 channels
>>20	byte&0xe		0x8		\b, 5 channels
>>20	byte&0xe		0xa		\b, 6 channels
>>20	byte&0xe		0xc		\b, 7 channels
>>20	byte&0xe		0xe		\b, 8 channels
# some common sample rates
>>17	belong&0xfffff0		0x0ac440	\b, 44.1 kHz
>>17	belong&0xfffff0		0x0bb800	\b, 48 kHz
>>17	belong&0xfffff0		0x07d000	\b, 32 kHz
>>17	belong&0xfffff0		0x056220	\b, 22.05 kHz
>>17	belong&0xfffff0		0x05dc00	\b, 24 kHz
>>17	belong&0xfffff0		0x03e800	\b, 16 kHz
>>17	belong&0xfffff0		0x02b110	\b, 11.025 kHz
>>17	belong&0xfffff0		0x02ee00	\b, 12 kHz
>>17	belong&0xfffff0		0x01f400	\b, 8 kHz
>>17	belong&0xfffff0		0x177000	\b, 96 kHz
>>17	belong&0xfffff0		0x0fa000	\b, 64 kHz
>>21	byte&0xf		>0		\b, >4G samples
>>21	byte&0xf		0		\b
>>>22	belong			>0		\b, %u samples
>>>22	belong			0		\b, length unknown

# (ISDN) VBOX voice message file (Wolfram Kleff)
0       string          VBOX            VBOX voice message data

# ReBorn Song Files (.rbs)
# David J. Singer <doc@deadvirgins.org.uk>
8       string          RB40             RBS Song file
>29     string          ReBorn           created by ReBorn
>37     string          Propellerhead    created by ReBirth

# Synthesizer Generator and Kimwitu share their file format
0	string		A#S#C#S#S#L#V#3	    Synthesizer Generator or Kimwitu data
# Kimwitu++ uses a slightly different magic
0	string		A#S#C#S#S#L#HUB	    Kimwitu++ data

# From "Simon Hosie
0       string  TFMX-SONG       TFMX module sound data

# Monkey's Audio compressed audio format (.ape)
# From danny.milo@gmx.net (Danny Milosavljevic)
# New version from Abel Cheung <abel (@) oaka.org>
0		string		MAC\040		Monkey's Audio compressed format
>4		uleshort	>0x0F8B		version %d
>>(0x08.l)	uleshort	=1000		with fast compression
>>(0x08.l)	uleshort	=2000		with normal compression
>>(0x08.l)	uleshort	=3000		with high compression
>>(0x08.l)	uleshort	=4000		with extra high compression
>>(0x08.l)	uleshort	=5000		with insane compression
>>(0x08.l+18)	uleshort	=1		\b, mono
>>(0x08.l+18)	uleshort	=2		\b, stereo
>>(0x08.l+20)	ulelong		x		\b, sample rate %d
>4		uleshort	<0x0F8C		version %d
>>6		uleshort	=1000		with fast compression
>>6		uleshort	=2000		with normal compression
>>6		uleshort	=3000		with high compression
>>6		uleshort	=4000		with extra high compression
>>6		uleshort	=5000		with insane compression
>>10		uleshort	=1		\b, mono
>>10		uleshort	=2		\b, stereo
>>12		ulelong		x		\b, sample rate %d

# adlib sound files
# From Gürkan Sengün <gurkan@linuks.mine.nu>, http://www.linuks.mine.nu
0    	string		RAWADATA	RdosPlay RAW

1068	string		RoR		AMUSIC Adlib Tracker

0	string		JCH		EdLib

0	string		mpu401tr	MPU-401 Trakker

0	string		SAdT		Surprise! Adlib Tracker
>4	byte		x		Version %d

0	string		XAD!		eXotic ADlib

0	string		ofTAZ!		eXtra Simple Music

# Spectrum 128 tunes (.ay files).
# From: Emanuel Haupt <ehaupt@critical.ch>
0	string		ZXAYEMUL	Spectrum 128 tune

0	string		\0BONK		BONK,
#>5	byte		x		version %d
>14	byte		x		%d channel(s),
>15	byte		=1		lossless,
>15	byte		=0		lossy,
>16	byte		x		mid-side

384	string		LockStream	LockStream Embedded file (mostly MP3 on old Nokia phones)

# format VQF (proprietary codec for sound)
# some infos on the header file available at :
# http://www.twinvq.org/english/technology_format.html
0	string		TWIN97012000	VQF data
>27	short		0		\b, Mono
>27	short		1		\b, Stereo
>31	short 		>0		\b, %d kbit/s
>35	short 		>0		\b, %d kHz

# Nelson A. de Oliveira (naoliv@gmail.com)
# .eqf
0	string	Winamp\ EQ\ library\ file	%s
# it will match only versions like v<digit>.<digit>
# Since I saw only eqf files with version v1.1 I think that it's OK
>23	string	x	\b%.4s
# .preset
0	string	[Equalizer\ preset]	XMMS equalizer preset
# .m3u
0	search/1	#EXTM3U 	M3U playlist text
# .pls
0	search/1	[playlist]	PLS playlist text
# licq.conf
1	string	[licq]			LICQ configuration file

# Atari ST audio files by Dirk Jagdmann <doj@cubic.org>
0	string		ICE!		SNDH Atari ST music
0	string		SC68\ Music-file\ /\ (c)\ (BeN)jami	sc68 Atari ST music

# musepak support From: "Jiri Pejchal" <jiri.pejchal@gmail.com>
0       string          MP+     Musepack audio
>3      byte            255     \b, SV pre8
>3      byte&0xF        0x6     \b, SV 6
>3      byte&0xF        0x8     \b, SV 8
>3      byte&0xF        0x7     \b, SV 7
>>3     byte&0xF0       0x0     \b.0
>>3     byte&0xF0       0x10    \b.1
>>3     byte&0xF0       240     \b.15
>>10    byte&0xF0       0x0     \b, no profile
>>10    byte&0xF0       0x10    \b, profile 'Unstable/Experimental'
>>10    byte&0xF0       0x50    \b, quality 0
>>10    byte&0xF0       0x60    \b, quality 1
>>10    byte&0xF0       0x70    \b, quality 2 (Telephone)
>>10    byte&0xF0       0x80    \b, quality 3 (Thumb)
>>10    byte&0xF0       0x90    \b, quality 4 (Radio)
>>10    byte&0xF0       0xA0    \b, quality 5 (Standard)
>>10    byte&0xF0       0xB0    \b, quality 6 (Xtreme)
>>10    byte&0xF0       0xC0    \b, quality 7 (Insane)
>>10    byte&0xF0       0xD0    \b, quality 8 (BrainDead)
>>10    byte&0xF0       0xE0    \b, quality 9
>>10    byte&0xF0       0xF0    \b, quality 10
>>27    byte            0x0     \b, Buschmann 1.7.0-9, Klemm 0.90-1.05
>>27    byte            102     \b, Beta 1.02
>>27    byte            104     \b, Beta 1.04
>>27    byte            105     \b, Alpha 1.05
>>27    byte            106     \b, Beta 1.06
>>27    byte            110     \b, Release 1.1
>>27    byte            111     \b, Alpha 1.11
>>27    byte            112     \b, Beta 1.12
>>27    byte            113     \b, Alpha 1.13
>>27    byte            114     \b, Beta 1.14
>>27    byte            115     \b, Alpha 1.15

# IMY
# from http://filext.com/detaillist.php?extdetail=IMY
# http://cellphones.about.com/od/cellularfaqs/f/rf_imelody.htm
# http://download.ncl.ie/doc/api/ie/ncl/media/music/IMelody.html
# http://www.wx800.com/msg/download/irda/iMelody.pdf
0	string	BEGIN:IMELODY	iMelody Ringtone Format

# From: "Mateus Caruccio" <mateus@caruccio.com>
# guitar pro v3,4,5 from http://filext.com/file-extension/gp3
0	string	\030FICHIER\ GUITAR\ PRO\ v3.	Guitar Pro Ver. 3 Tablature

# From: "Leslie P. Polzer" <leslie.polzer@gmx.net>
60	string	SONG		SoundFX Module sound file

# Type: Adaptive Multi-Rate Codec
# URL:  http://filext.com/detaillist.php?extdetail=AMR
# From: Russell Coker <russell@coker.com.au>
0	string	#!AMR		Adaptive Multi-Rate Codec (GSM telephony)

#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# $File: compress,v 1.42 2009/09/19 16:28:08 christos Exp $
# compress:  file(1) magic for pure-compression formats (no archives)
#
# compress, gzip, pack, compact, huf, squeeze, crunch, freeze, yabba, etc.
#
# Formats for various forms of compressed data
# Formats for "compress" proper have been moved into "compress.c",
# because it tries to uncompress it to figure out what's inside.

# standard unix compress
0	string		\037\235	compress'd data
!:mime	application/x-compress
!:apple	LZIVZIVU
>2	byte&0x80	>0		block compressed
>2	byte&0x1f	x		%d bits

# gzip (GNU zip, not to be confused with Info-ZIP or PKWARE zip archiver)
#   Edited by Chris Chittleborough <cchittleborough@yahoo.com.au>, March 2002
#	* Original filename is only at offset 10 if "extra field" absent
#	* Produce shorter output - notably, only report compression methods
#	  other than 8 ("deflate", the only method defined in RFC 1952).
0       string          \037\213        gzip compressed data
!:mime	application/x-gzip
>2	byte		<8		\b, reserved method
>2	byte		>8		\b, unknown method
>3	byte		&0x01		\b, ASCII
>3	byte		&0x02		\b, has CRC
>3	byte		&0x04		\b, extra field
>3	byte&0xC	=0x08
>>10	string		x		\b, was "%s"
>3	byte		&0x10		\b, has comment
>9	byte		=0x00		\b, from FAT filesystem (MS-DOS, OS/2, NT)
>9	byte		=0x01		\b, from Amiga
>9	byte		=0x02		\b, from VMS
>9	byte		=0x03		\b, from Unix
>9	byte		=0x04		\b, from VM/CMS
>9	byte		=0x05		\b, from Atari
>9	byte		=0x06		\b, from HPFS filesystem (OS/2, NT)
>9	byte		=0x07		\b, from MacOS
>9	byte		=0x08		\b, from Z-System
>9	byte		=0x09		\b, from CP/M
>9	byte		=0x0A		\b, from TOPS/20
>9	byte		=0x0B		\b, from NTFS filesystem (NT)
>9	byte		=0x0C		\b, from QDOS
>9	byte		=0x0D		\b, from Acorn RISCOS
>3	byte		&0x10		\b, comment
>3	byte		&0x20		\b, encrypted
>4	ledate		>0		\b, last modified: %s
>8	byte		2		\b, max compression
>8	byte		4		\b, max speed

# packed data, Huffman (minimum redundancy) codes on a byte-by-byte basis
0	string		\037\036	packed data
!:mime	application/octet-stream
>2	belong		>1		\b, %d characters originally
>2	belong		=1		\b, %d character originally
#
# This magic number is byte-order-independent.
0	short		0x1f1f		old packed data
!:mime	application/octet-stream

# XXX - why *two* entries for "compacted data", one of which is
# byte-order independent, and one of which is byte-order dependent?
#
0	short		0x1fff		compacted data
!:mime	application/octet-stream
# This string is valid for SunOS (BE) and a matching "short" is listed
# in the Ultrix (LE) magic file.
0	string		\377\037	compacted data
!:mime	application/octet-stream
0	short		0145405		huf output
!:mime	application/octet-stream

# bzip2
0	string		BZh		bzip2 compressed data
!:mime	application/x-bzip2
>3	byte		>47		\b, block size = %c00k

# lzip
0	string		LZIP		lzip compressed data
!:mime application/x-lzip
>4	byte		x		\b, version: %d

# squeeze and crunch
# Michael Haardt <michael@cantor.informatik.rwth-aachen.de>
0	beshort		0x76FF		squeezed data,
>4	string		x		original name %s
0	beshort		0x76FE		crunched data,
>2	string		x		original name %s
0	beshort		0x76FD		LZH compressed data,
>2	string		x		original name %s

# Freeze
0	string		\037\237	frozen file 2.1
0	string		\037\236	frozen file 1.0 (or gzip 0.5)

# SCO compress -H (LZH)
0	string		\037\240	SCO compress -H (LZH) data

# European GSM 06.10 is a provisional standard for full-rate speech
# transcoding, prI-ETS 300 036, which uses RPE/LTP (residual pulse
# excitation/long term prediction) coding at 13 kbit/s.
#
# There's only a magic nibble (4 bits); that nibble repeats every 33
# bytes.  This isn't suited for use, but maybe we can use it someday.
#
# This will cause very short GSM files to be declared as data and
# mismatches to be declared as data too!
#0	byte&0xF0	0xd0		data
#>33	byte&0xF0	0xd0
#>66	byte&0xF0	0xd0
#>99	byte&0xF0	0xd0
#>132	byte&0xF0	0xd0		GSM 06.10 compressed audio

# bzip	a block-sorting file compressor
#	by Julian Seward <sewardj@cs.man.ac.uk> and others
#
#0	string		BZ		bzip compressed data
#>2	byte		x		\b, version: %c
#>3	string		=1		\b, compression block size 100k
#>3	string		=2		\b, compression block size 200k
#>3	string		=3		\b, compression block size 300k
#>3	string		=4		\b, compression block size 400k
#>3	string		=5		\b, compression block size 500k
#>3	string		=6		\b, compression block size 600k
#>3	string		=7		\b, compression block size 700k
#>3	string		=8		\b, compression block size 800k
#>3	string		=9		\b, compression block size 900k

# lzop from <markus.oberhumer@jk.uni-linz.ac.at>
0	string		\x89\x4c\x5a\x4f\x00\x0d\x0a\x1a\x0a	lzop compressed data
>9	beshort		<0x0940
>>9	byte&0xf0	=0x00		- version 0.
>>9	beshort&0x0fff	x		\b%03x,
>>13	byte		1		LZO1X-1,
>>13	byte		2		LZO1X-1(15),
>>13	byte		3		LZO1X-999,
## >>22	bedate		>0		last modified: %s,
>>14	byte		=0x00		os: MS-DOS
>>14	byte		=0x01		os: Amiga
>>14	byte		=0x02		os: VMS
>>14	byte		=0x03		os: Unix
>>14	byte		=0x05		os: Atari
>>14	byte		=0x06		os: OS/2
>>14	byte		=0x07		os: MacOS
>>14	byte		=0x0A		os: Tops/20
>>14	byte		=0x0B		os: WinNT
>>14	byte		=0x0E		os: Win32
>9	beshort		>0x0939
>>9	byte&0xf0	=0x00		- version 0.
>>9	byte&0xf0	=0x10		- version 1.
>>9	byte&0xf0	=0x20		- version 2.
>>9	beshort&0x0fff	x		\b%03x,
>>15	byte		1		LZO1X-1,
>>15	byte		2		LZO1X-1(15),
>>15	byte		3		LZO1X-999,
## >>25	bedate		>0		last modified: %s,
>>17	byte		=0x00		os: MS-DOS
>>17	byte		=0x01		os: Amiga
>>17	byte		=0x02		os: VMS
>>17	byte		=0x03		os: Unix
>>17	byte		=0x05		os: Atari
>>17	byte		=0x06		os: OS/2
>>17	byte		=0x07		os: MacOS
>>17	byte		=0x0A		os: Tops/20
>>17	byte		=0x0B		os: WinNT
>>17	byte		=0x0E		os: Win32

# 4.3BSD-Quasijarus Strong Compression
# http://minnie.tuhs.org/Quasijarus/compress.html
0	string		\037\241	Quasijarus strong compressed data

# From: Cory Dikkers <cdikkers@swbell.net>
0	string		XPKF		Amiga xpkf.library compressed data
0	string		PP11		Power Packer 1.1 compressed data
0	string		PP20		Power Packer 2.0 compressed data,
>4	belong		0x09090909	fast compression
>4	belong		0x090A0A0A	mediocre compression
>4	belong		0x090A0B0B	good compression
>4	belong		0x090A0C0C	very good compression
>4	belong		0x090A0C0D	best compression

# 7-zip archiver, from Thomas Klausner (wiz@danbala.tuwien.ac.at)
# http://www.7-zip.org or DOC/7zFormat.txt 
#
0	string		7z\274\257\047\034	7-zip archive data,
>6	byte		x			version %d
>7	byte		x			\b.%d

# Type: LZMA
# URL:  http://www.7-zip.org/sdk.html
# From: Robert Millan <rmh@aybabtu.com> and Reuben Thomas <rrt@sc3d.org>
# Commented out because apparently not reliable (according to Debian
# bug #364260)
#0	string		]\000\000\200\000	LZMA compressed data

# http://tukaani.org/xz/xz-file-format.txt
0	ustring		\xFD7zXZ\x00		xz compressed data
!:mime	application/x-xz

# AFX compressed files (Wolfram Kleff)
2	string		-afx-		AFX compressed file data

# Supplementary magic data for the file(1) command to support
# rzip(1).  The format is described in magic(5).
#
# Copyright (C) 2003 by Andrew Tridgell.  You may do whatever you want with
# this file.
#
0	string		RZIP		rzip compressed data
>4	byte		x		- version %d
>5	byte		x		\b.%d
>6	belong		x		(%d bytes)

# Type: XZ
# URL: http://tukaani.org/xz/
0	string		\xfd\x37\x7a\x58\x5a\x00	XZ compressed data
!:mime application/x-xz

#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# $File: editors,v 1.8 2009/09/19 16:28:09 christos Exp $
# T602 editor documents 
# by David Necas <yeti@physics.muni.cz>
0	string	@CT\ 	T602 document data,
>4	string	0	Kamenicky
>4	string	1	CP 852
>4	string	2	KOI8-CS
>4	string	>2	unknown encoding

# Vi IMproved Encrypted file 
# by David Necas <yeti@physics.muni.cz>
0	string	VimCrypt~	Vim encrypted file data
# Vi IMproved Swap file
# by Sven Wegener <swegener@gentoo.org>
0	string	b0VIM\ 		Vim swap file
>&0	string	>\0		\b, version %s

#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# $File: flash,v 1.9 2009/11/08 01:30:01 christos Exp $
# flash:	file(1) magic for Macromedia Flash file format
#
# See
#
#	http://www.macromedia.com/software/flash/open/
#
0	string		FWS		Macromedia Flash data,
>3	byte		x		version %d
!:mime	application/x-shockwave-flash
0	string		CWS		Macromedia Flash data (compressed),
!:mime	application/x-shockwave-flash
>3	byte		x		version %d
# From: Cal Peake <cp@absolutedigital.net>
0	string		FLV		Macromedia Flash Video
!:mime	video/x-flv

#
# Yosu Gomez
0       string AGD2\xbe\xb8\xbb\xcd\x00 Macromedia Freehand 7 Document
0       string AGD3\xbe\xb8\xbb\xcc\x00 Macromedia Freehand 8 Document
# From Dave Wilson
0	string AGD4\xbe\xb8\xbb\xcb\x00	Macromedia Freehand 9 Document

#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# $File: gimp,v 1.6 2009/09/19 16:28:09 christos Exp $
# GIMP Gradient: file(1) magic for the GIMP's gradient data files
# by Federico Mena <federico@nuclecu.unam.mx>

0       string          GIMP\ Gradient  GIMP gradient data

#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# XCF:  file(1) magic for the XCF image format used in the GIMP developed
#       by Spencer Kimball and Peter Mattis
#       ('Bucky' LaDieu, nega@vt.edu)

0	string		gimp\ xcf	GIMP XCF image data,
>9	string		file		version 0,
>9	string		v		version
>>10	string		>\0		%s,
>14	belong		x		%lu x
>18	belong		x		%lu,
>22     belong          0               RGB Color
>22     belong          1               Greyscale
>22     belong          2               Indexed Color
>22	belong		>2		Unknown Image Type.

#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# XCF:  file(1) magic for the patterns used in the GIMP, developed
#       by Spencer Kimball and Peter Mattis
#       ('Bucky' LaDieu, nega@vt.edu)

20      string          GPAT            GIMP pattern data,
>24     string          x               %s

#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# XCF:  file(1) magic for the brushes used in the GIMP, developed
#       by Spencer Kimball and Peter Mattis
#       ('Bucky' LaDieu, nega@vt.edu)

20      string          GIMP            GIMP brush data

# GIMP Curves File
# From: "Nelson A. de Oliveira" <naoliv@gmail.com>
0	string	#\040GIMP\040Curves\040File	GIMP curve file

#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# $File: images,v 1.64 2009/12/06 00:38:50 christos Exp $
# images:  file(1) magic for image formats (see also "iff", and "c-lang" for
# XPM bitmaps)
#
# originally from jef@helios.ee.lbl.gov (Jef Poskanzer),
# additions by janl@ifi.uio.no as well as others. Jan also suggested
# merging several one- and two-line files into here.
#
# little magic: PCX (first byte is 0x0a)

# Targa - matches `povray', `ppmtotga' and `xv' outputs
# by Philippe De Muyter <phdm@macqel.be>
# at 2, byte ImgType must be 1, 2, 3, 9, 10 or 11
# at 1, byte CoMapType must be 1 if ImgType is 1 or 9, 0 otherwise
# at 3, leshort Index is 0 for povray, ppmtotga and xv outputs
# `xv' recognizes only a subset of the following (RGB with pixelsize = 24)
# `tgatoppm' recognizes a superset (Index may be anything)
1	belong&0xfff7ffff	0x01010000	Targa image data - Map
>2	byte&8			8		- RLE
>12	leshort			>0		%hd x
>14	leshort			>0		%hd
1	belong&0xfff7ffff	0x00020000	Targa image data - RGB
>2	byte&8			8		- RLE
>12	leshort			>0		%hd x
>14	leshort			>0		%hd
1	belong&0xfff7ffff	0x00030000	Targa image data - Mono
>2	byte&8			8		- RLE
>12	leshort			>0		%hd x
>14	leshort			>0		%hd

# PBMPLUS images
# The next byte following the magic is always whitespace.
0	search/1	P1		Netpbm PBM image text
!:mime	image/x-portable-bitmap
0	search/1	P2		Netpbm PGM image text
!:mime	image/x-portable-greymap
0	search/1	P3		Netpbm PPM image text
!:mime	image/x-portable-pixmap
0	string		P4		Netpbm PBM "rawbits" image data
!:mime	image/x-portable-bitmap
0	string		P5		Netpbm PGM "rawbits" image data
!:mime	image/x-portable-greymap
0	string		P6		Netpbm PPM "rawbits" image data
!:mime	image/x-portable-pixmap
0	string		P7		Netpbm PAM image file
!:mime	image/x-portable-pixmap

# From: bryanh@giraffe-data.com (Bryan Henderson)
0	string		\117\072	Solitaire Image Recorder format
>4	string		\013		MGI Type 11
>4	string		\021		MGI Type 17
0	string		.MDA		MicroDesign data
>21	byte		48		version 2
>21	byte		51		version 3
0	string		.MDP		MicroDesign page data
>21	byte		48		version 2
>21	byte		51		version 3

# NIFF (Navy Interchange File Format, a modification of TIFF) images
# [GRR:  this *must* go before TIFF]
0	string		IIN1		NIFF image data
!:mime	image/x-niff

# Tag Image File Format, from Daniel Quinlan (quinlan@yggdrasil.com)
# The second word of TIFF files is the TIFF version number, 42, which has
# never changed.  The TIFF specification recommends testing for it.
0	string		MM\x00\x2a	TIFF image data, big-endian
!:mime	image/tiff
0	string		II\x2a\x00	TIFF image data, little-endian
!:mime	image/tiff

# PNG [Portable Network Graphics, or "PNG's Not GIF"] images
# (Greg Roelofs, newt@uchicago.edu)
# (Albert Cahalan, acahalan@cs.uml.edu)
#
# 137 P N G \r \n ^Z \n [4-byte length] H E A D [HEAD data] [HEAD crc] ...
#
0	string		\x89PNG\x0d\x0a\x1a\x0a		PNG image data
!:mime	image/png
>16	belong		x		\b, %ld x
>20	belong		x		%ld,
>24	byte		x		%d-bit
>25	byte		0		grayscale,
>25	byte		2		\b/color RGB,
>25	byte		3		colormap,
>25	byte		4		gray+alpha,
>25	byte		6		\b/color RGBA,
#>26	byte		0		deflate/32K,
>28	byte		0		non-interlaced
>28	byte		1		interlaced

# possible GIF replacements; none yet released!
# (Greg Roelofs, newt@uchicago.edu)
#
# GRR 950115:  this was mine ("Zip GIF"):
0	string		GIF94z		ZIF image (GIF+deflate alpha)
!:mime	image/x-unknown
#
# GRR 950115:  this is Jeremy Wohl's Free Graphics Format (better):
#					
0	string		FGF95a		FGF image (GIF+deflate beta)
!:mime	image/x-unknown
#
# GRR 950115:  this is Thomas Boutell's Portable Bitmap Format proposal
# (best; not yet implemented):
#					
0	string		PBF		PBF image (deflate compression)
!:mime	image/x-unknown

# GIF
0	string		GIF8		GIF image data
!:mime	image/gif
!:apple	8BIMGIFf
>4	string		7a		\b, version 8%s,
>4	string		9a		\b, version 8%s,
>6	leshort		>0		%hd x
>8	leshort		>0		%hd
#>10	byte		&0x80		color mapped,
#>10	byte&0x07	=0x00		2 colors
#>10	byte&0x07	=0x01		4 colors
#>10	byte&0x07	=0x02		8 colors
#>10	byte&0x07	=0x03		16 colors
#>10	byte&0x07	=0x04		32 colors
#>10	byte&0x07	=0x05		64 colors
#>10	byte&0x07	=0x06		128 colors
#>10	byte&0x07	=0x07		256 colors

# ITC (CMU WM) raster files.  It is essentially a byte-reversed Sun raster,
# 1 plane, no encoding.
0	string		\361\0\100\273	CMU window manager raster image data
>4	lelong		>0		%d x
>8	lelong		>0		%d,
>12	lelong		>0		%d-bit

# Magick Image File Format
0	string		id=ImageMagick	MIFF image data

# Artisan
0	long		1123028772	Artisan image data
>4	long		1		\b, rectangular 24-bit
>4	long		2		\b, rectangular 8-bit with colormap
>4	long		3		\b, rectangular 32-bit (24-bit with matte)

# FIG (Facility for Interactive Generation of figures), an object-based format
0	search/1	#FIG		FIG image text
>5	string		x		\b, version %.3s

# PHIGS
0	string		ARF_BEGARF		PHIGS clear text archive
0	string		@(#)SunPHIGS		SunPHIGS
# version number follows, in the form m.n
>40	string		SunBin			binary
>32	string		archive			archive

# GKS (Graphics Kernel System)
0	string		GKSM		GKS Metafile
>24	string		SunGKS		\b, SunGKS

# CGM image files
0	string		BEGMF		clear text Computer Graphics Metafile

# MGR bitmaps  (Michael Haardt, u31b3hs@pool.informatik.rwth-aachen.de)
0	string	yz	MGR bitmap, modern format, 8-bit aligned
0	string	zz	MGR bitmap, old format, 1-bit deep, 16-bit aligned
0	string	xz	MGR bitmap, old format, 1-bit deep, 32-bit aligned
0	string	yx	MGR bitmap, modern format, squeezed

# Fuzzy Bitmap (FBM) images
0	string		%bitmap\0	FBM image data
>30	long		0x31		\b, mono
>30	long		0x33		\b, color

# facsimile data
1	string		PC\ Research,\ Inc	group 3 fax data
>29	byte		0		\b, normal resolution (204x98 DPI)
>29	byte		1		\b, fine resolution (204x196 DPI)
# From: Herbert Rosmanith <herp@wildsau.idv.uni.linz.at>
0	string		Sfff		structured fax file


# PC bitmaps (OS/2, Windows BMP files)  (Greg Roelofs, newt@uchicago.edu)
0	string		BM
>14	leshort		12		PC bitmap, OS/2 1.x format
!:mime	image/x-ms-bmp
>>18	leshort		x		\b, %d x
>>20	leshort		x		%d
>14	leshort		64		PC bitmap, OS/2 2.x format
!:mime	image/x-ms-bmp
>>18	leshort		x		\b, %d x
>>20	leshort		x		%d
>14	leshort		40		PC bitmap, Windows 3.x format
!:mime	image/x-ms-bmp
>>18	lelong		x		\b, %d x
>>22	lelong		x		%d x
>>28	leshort		x		%d
>14	leshort		128		PC bitmap, Windows NT/2000 format
!:mime	image/x-ms-bmp
>>18	lelong		x		\b, %d x
>>22	lelong		x		%d x
>>28	leshort		x		%d
# Too simple - MPi
#0	string		IC		PC icon data
#0	string		PI		PC pointer image data
#0	string		CI		PC color icon data
#0	string		CP		PC color pointer image data
# Conflicts with other entries [BABYL]
#0	string		BA		PC bitmap array data

# XPM icons (Greg Roelofs, newt@uchicago.edu)
# note possible collision with C/REXX entry in c-lang; currently commented out
0	search/1	/*\ XPM\ */	X pixmap image text

# Utah Raster Toolkit RLE images (janl@ifi.uio.no)
0	leshort		0xcc52		RLE image data,
>6	leshort		x		%d x
>8	leshort		x		%d
>2	leshort		>0		\b, lower left corner: %d
>4	leshort		>0		\b, lower right corner: %d
>10	byte&0x1	=0x1		\b, clear first
>10	byte&0x2	=0x2		\b, no background
>10	byte&0x4	=0x4		\b, alpha channel
>10	byte&0x8	=0x8		\b, comment
>11	byte		>0		\b, %d color channels
>12	byte		>0		\b, %d bits per pixel
>13	byte		>0		\b, %d color map channels

# image file format (Robert Potter, potter@cs.rochester.edu)
0	string		Imagefile\ version-	iff image data
# this adds the whole header (inc. version number), informative but longish
>10	string		>\0		%s

# Sun raster images, from Daniel Quinlan (quinlan@yggdrasil.com)
0	belong		0x59a66a95	Sun raster image data
>4	belong		>0		\b, %d x
>8	belong		>0		%d,
>12	belong		>0		%d-bit,
#>16	belong		>0		%d bytes long,
>20	belong		0		old format,
#>20	belong		1		standard,
>20	belong		2		compressed,
>20	belong		3		RGB,
>20	belong		4		TIFF,
>20	belong		5		IFF,
>20	belong		0xffff		reserved for testing,
>24	belong		0		no colormap
>24	belong		1		RGB colormap
>24	belong		2		raw colormap
#>28	belong		>0		colormap is %d bytes long

# SGI image file format, from Daniel Quinlan (quinlan@yggdrasil.com)
#
# See
#	http://reality.sgi.com/grafica/sgiimage.html
#
0	beshort		474		SGI image data
#>2	byte		0		\b, verbatim
>2	byte		1		\b, RLE
#>3	byte		1		\b, normal precision
>3	byte		2		\b, high precision
>4	beshort		x		\b, %d-D
>6	beshort		x		\b, %d x
>8	beshort		x		%d
>10	beshort		x		\b, %d channel
>10	beshort		!1		\bs
>80	string		>0		\b, "%s"

0	string		IT01		FIT image data
>4	belong		x		\b, %d x
>8	belong		x		%d x
>12	belong		x		%d
#
0	string		IT02		FIT image data
>4	belong		x		\b, %d x
>8	belong		x		%d x
>12	belong		x		%d
#
2048	string		PCD_IPI		Kodak Photo CD image pack file
>0xe02	byte&0x03	0x00		, landscape mode
>0xe02	byte&0x03	0x01		, portrait mode
>0xe02	byte&0x03	0x02		, landscape mode
>0xe02	byte&0x03	0x03		, portrait mode
0	string		PCD_OPA		Kodak Photo CD overview pack file

# FITS format.  Jeff Uphoff <juphoff@tarsier.cv.nrao.edu>
# FITS is the Flexible Image Transport System, the de facto standard for
# data and image transfer, storage, etc., for the astronomical community.
# (FITS floating point formats are big-endian.)
0	string	SIMPLE\ \ =	FITS image data
>109	string	8		\b, 8-bit, character or unsigned binary integer
>108	string	16		\b, 16-bit, two's complement binary integer
>107	string	\ 32		\b, 32-bit, two's complement binary integer
>107	string	-32		\b, 32-bit, floating point, single precision
>107	string	-64		\b, 64-bit, floating point, double precision

# other images
0	string	This\ is\ a\ BitMap\ file	Lisp Machine bit-array-file

# From SunOS 5.5.1 "/etc/magic" - appeared right before Sun raster image
# stuff.
#
0	beshort		0x1010		PEX Binary Archive

# DICOM medical imaging data
128	string	DICM			DICOM medical imaging data
!:mime	application/dicom

# XWD - X Window Dump file.
#   As described in /usr/X11R6/include/X11/XWDFile.h
#   used by the xwd program.
#   Bradford Castalia, idaeim, 1/01
4	belong	7			XWD X Window Dump image data
>100	string	>\0			\b, "%s"
>16	belong	x			\b, %dx
>20	belong	x			\b%dx
>12	belong	x			\b%d

# PDS - Planetary Data System
#   These files use Parameter Value Language in the header section.
#   Unfortunately, there is no certain magic, but the following
#   strings have been found to be most likely.
0	string	NJPL1I00		PDS (JPL) image data
2	string	NJPL1I			PDS (JPL) image data
0	string	CCSD3ZF			PDS (CCSD) image data
2	string	CCSD3Z			PDS (CCSD) image data
0	string	PDS_			PDS image data
0	string	LBLSIZE=		PDS (VICAR) image data

# pM8x: ATARI STAD compressed bitmap format
#
# from Oskar Schirmer <schirmer@scara.com> Feb 2, 2001
# p M 8 5/6 xx yy zz data...
# Atari ST STAD bitmap is always 640x400, bytewise runlength compressed.
# bytes either run horizontally (pM85) or vertically (pM86). yy is the
# most frequent byte, xx and zz are runlength escape codes, where xx is
# used for runs of yy.
#
0	string	pM85		Atari ST STAD bitmap image data (hor)
>5	byte	0x00		(white background)
>5	byte	0xFF		(black background)
0	string	pM86		Atari ST STAD bitmap image data (vert)
>5	byte	0x00		(white background)
>5	byte	0xFF		(black background)

# Gürkan Sengün <gurkan@linuks.mine.nu>, www.linuks.mine.nu
# http://www.atarimax.com/jindroush.atari.org/afmtatr.html
0	leshort	0x0296		Atari ATR image

# XXX:
# This is bad magic 0x5249 == 'RI' conflicts with RIFF and other
# magic.
# SGI RICE image file <mpruett@sgi.com>
#0	beshort	0x5249		RICE image
#>2	beshort	x		v%d
#>4	beshort	x		(%d x
#>6	beshort	x		%d)
#>8	beshort	0		8 bit
#>8	beshort	1		10 bit
#>8	beshort	2		12 bit
#>8	beshort	3		13 bit
#>10	beshort	0		4:2:2
#>10	beshort	1		4:2:2:4
#>10	beshort	2		4:4:4
#>10	beshort	3		4:4:4:4
#>12	beshort	1		RGB
#>12	beshort	2		CCIR601
#>12	beshort	3		RP175
#>12	beshort	4		YUV

#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# Marco Schmidt (marcoschmidt@users.sourceforge.net) -- an image  file format
# for the EPOC operating system, which is used with PDAs like those from Psion
#
# see http://huizen.dds.nl/~frodol/psiconv/html/Index.html for a description
# of various EPOC file formats

0	string \x37\x00\x00\x10\x42\x00\x00\x10\x00\x00\x00\x00\x39\x64\x39\x47 EPOC MBM image file

# PCX image files
# From: Dan Fandrich <dan@coneharvesters.com>
0	beshort		0x0a00	PCX ver. 2.5 image data
0	beshort		0x0a02	PCX ver. 2.8 image data, with palette
0	beshort		0x0a03	PCX ver. 2.8 image data, without palette
0	beshort		0x0a04	PCX for Windows image data
0	beshort		0x0a05	PCX ver. 3.0 image data
>4	leshort		x      bounding box [%hd,
>6	leshort		x      %hd] -
>8	leshort		x      [%hd,
>10	leshort		x      %hd],
>65	byte		>1	%d planes each of
>3	byte		x	%hhd-bit
>68	byte		0	image,
>68	byte		1	colour,
>68	byte		2	grayscale,
>68	byte		>2	image,
>68	byte		<0	image,
>12	leshort		>0	%hd x
>>14	leshort		x      %hd dpi,
>2	byte		0	uncompressed
>2	byte		1	RLE compressed

# Adobe Photoshop
# From: Asbjoern Sloth Toennesen <asbjorn@lila.io>
0	string		8BPS Adobe Photoshop Image
!:mime	image/vnd.adobe.photoshop
>4   beshort 2 (PSB)
>18  belong  x \b, %d x
>14  belong  x %d,
>24  beshort 0 bitmap
>24  beshort 1 grayscale
>>12 beshort 2 with alpha
>24  beshort 2 indexed
>24  beshort 3 RGB
>>12 beshort 4 \bA
>24  beshort 4 CMYK
>>12 beshort 5 \bA
>24  beshort 7 multichannel
>24  beshort 8 duotone
>24  beshort 9 lab
>12  beshort > 1
>>12  beshort x \b, %dx
>12  beshort 1 \b,
>22  beshort x %d-bit channel
>12  beshort > 1 \bs

# XV thumbnail indicator (ThMO)
0	string		P7\ 332		XV thumbnail image data

# NITF is defined by United States MIL-STD-2500A
0	string	NITF	National Imagery Transmission Format
>25	string	>\0	dated %.14s

# GEM Image: Version 1, Headerlen 8 (Wolfram Kleff)
0	belong		0x00010008	GEM Image data
>12	beshort		x		%d x
>14	beshort		x		%d,
>4	beshort		x		%d planes,
>8	beshort		x		%d x
>10	beshort		x		%d pixelsize

# GEM Metafile (Wolfram Kleff)
0	lelong		0x0018FFFF	GEM Metafile data
>4	leshort		x		version %d

#
# SMJPEG. A custom Motion JPEG format used by Loki Entertainment
# Software Torbjorn Andersson <d91tan@Update.UU.SE>.
#
0	string	\0\nSMJPEG	SMJPEG
>8	belong	x		%d.x data
# According to the specification you could find any number of _TXT
# headers here, but I can't think of any way of handling that. None of
# the SMJPEG files I tried it on used this feature. Even if such a
# file is encountered the output should still be reasonable.
>16	string	_SND		\b,
>>24	beshort	>0		%d Hz
>>26	byte	8		8-bit
>>26	byte	16		16-bit
>>28	string	NONE		uncompressed
# >>28	string	APCM		ADPCM compressed
>>27	byte	1		mono
>>28	byte	2		stereo
# Help! Isn't there any way to avoid writing this part twice?
>>32	string	_VID		\b,
# >>>48	string	JFIF		JPEG
>>>40	belong	>0		%d frames
>>>44	beshort	>0		(%d x
>>>46	beshort	>0		%d)
>16	string	_VID		\b,
# >>32	string	JFIF		JPEG
>>24	belong	>0		%d frames
>>28	beshort	>0		(%d x
>>30	beshort	>0		%d)

0	string	Paint\ Shop\ Pro\ Image\ File	Paint Shop Pro Image File

# "thumbnail file" (icon)
# descended from "xv", but in use by other applications as well (Wolfram Kleff)
0       string          P7\ 332         XV "thumbnail file" (icon) data

# taken from fkiss: (<yav@mte.biglobe.ne.jp> ?)
0       string          KiSS            KISS/GS
>4      byte            16              color
>>5     byte            x               %d bit
>>8     leshort         x               %d colors
>>10    leshort         x               %d groups
>4      byte            32              cell
>>5     byte            x               %d bit
>>8     leshort         x               %d x
>>10    leshort         x               %d
>>12    leshort         x               +%d
>>14    leshort         x               +%d

# Webshots (www.webshots.com), by John Harrison
0       string          C\253\221g\230\0\0\0 Webshots Desktop .wbz file

# Hercules DASD image files
# From Jan Jaeger <jj@septa.nl>
0       string  CKD_P370        Hercules CKD DASD image file
>8      long    x               \b, %d heads per cylinder
>12     long    x               \b, track size %d bytes
>16     byte    x               \b, device type 33%2.2X

0       string  CKD_C370        Hercules compressed CKD DASD image file
>8      long    x               \b, %d heads per cylinder
>12     long    x               \b, track size %d bytes
>16     byte    x               \b, device type 33%2.2X

0       string  CKD_S370        Hercules CKD DASD shadow file
>8      long    x               \b, %d heads per cylinder
>12     long    x               \b, track size %d bytes
>16     byte    x               \b, device type 33%2.2X

# Squeak images and programs - etoffi@softhome.net
0	string		\146\031\0\0	Squeak image data
0	search/1	'From\040Squeak	Squeak program text

# partimage: file(1) magic for PartImage files (experimental, incomplete)
# Author: Hans-Joachim Baader <hjb@pro-linux.de>
0		string	PaRtImAgE-VoLuMe	PartImage
>0x0020		string	0.6.1		file version %s
>>0x0060	lelong	>-1		volume %ld
#>>0x0064 8 byte identifier
#>>0x007c reserved
>>0x0200	string	>\0		type %s
>>0x1400	string	>\0		device %s,
>>0x1600	string	>\0		original filename %s,
# Some fields omitted
>>0x2744	lelong	0		not compressed
>>0x2744	lelong	1		gzip compressed
>>0x2744	lelong	2		bzip2 compressed
>>0x2744	lelong	>2		compressed with unknown algorithm
>0x0020		string	>0.6.1		file version %s
>0x0020		string	<0.6.1		file version %s

# DCX is multi-page PCX, using a simple header of up to 1024
# offsets for the respective PCX components.
# From: Joerg Wunsch <joerg_wunsch@uriah.heep.sax.de>
0	lelong	987654321	DCX multi-page PCX image data

# Simon Walton <simonw@matteworld.com>
# Kodak Cineon format for scanned negatives
# http://www.kodak.com/US/en/motion/support/dlad/
0	lelong  0xd75f2a80	Cineon image data
>200	belong  >0		\b, %ld x
>204	belong  >0		%ld


# Bio-Rad .PIC is an image format used by microscope control systems
# and related image processing software used by biologists.
# From: Vebjorn Ljosa <vebjorn@ljosa.com>
54	leshort 12345		Bio-Rad .PIC Image File
>0	leshort >0		%hd x
>2	leshort >0		%hd,
>4	leshort =1		1 image in file
>4	leshort >1		%hd images in file

# From Jan "Yenya" Kasprzak <kas@fi.muni.cz>
# The description of *.mrw format can be found at
# http://www.dalibor.cz/minolta/raw_file_format.htm
0	string	\000MRM			Minolta Dimage camera raw image data

# Summary: DjVu image / document
# Extension: .djvu
# Reference: http://djvu.org/docs/DjVu3Spec.djvu
# Submitted by: Stephane Loeuillet <stephane.loeuillet@tiscali.fr>
# Modified by (1): Abel Cheung <abelcheung@gmail.com>
0	string	AT&TFORM
>12	string	DJVM		DjVu multiple page document
!:mime	image/vnd.djvu
>12	string	DJVU		DjVu image or single page document
!:mime	image/vnd.djvu
>12	string	DJVI		DjVu shared document
!:mime	image/vnd.djvu
>12	string	THUM		DjVu page thumbnails
!:mime	image/vnd.djvu


# From Marc Espie
0	lelong	20000630		OpenEXR image data

# From: Tom Hilinski <tom.hilinski@comcast.net>
# http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/packages/netcdf/
0	string	CDF\001			NetCDF Data Format data

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------
# Hierarchical Data Format, used to facilitate scientific data exchange
# specifications at http://hdf.ncsa.uiuc.edu/
0	belong	0x0e031301	Hierarchical Data Format (version 4) data
!:mime	application/x-hdf
0	string	\211HDF\r\n\032	Hierarchical Data Format (version 5) data
!:mime	application/x-hdf

# From: Tobias Burnus <burnus@net-b.de>
# Xara (for a while: Corel Xara) is a graphic package, see
# http://www.xara.com/ for Windows and as GPL application for Linux
0	string	XARA\243\243	Xara graphics file

# http://www.cartesianinc.com/Tech/
0	string	CPC\262		Cartesian Perceptual Compression image
!:mime	image/x-cpi

# From Albert Cahalan <acahalan@gmail.com>
# puredigital used it for the CVS disposable camcorder
#8       lelong  4       ZBM bitmap image data
#>4      leshort x       %u x
#>6      leshort x       %u

# From Albert Cahalan <acahalan@gmail.com>
# uncompressed 5:6:5 HighColor image for OLPC XO firmware icons
0       string C565     OLPC firmware icon image data
>4      leshort x       %u x
>6      leshort x       %u

# Applied Images - Image files from Cytovision
# Gustavo Junior Alves <gjalves@gjalves.com.br>
0	string	\xce\xda\xde\xfa	Cytovision Metaphases file
0	string	\xed\xad\xef\xac	Cytovision Karyotype file
0	string	\x0b\x00\x03\x00	Cytovision FISH Probe file
0	string	\xed\xfe\xda\xbe	Cytovision FLEX file
0	string	\xed\xab\xed\xfe	Cytovision FLEX file
0	string	\xad\xfd\xea\xad	Cytovision RATS file

# Wavelet Scalar Quantization format used in gray-scale fingerprint images
# From Tano M Fotang <mfotang@quanteq.com>
0	string	\xff\xa0\xff\xa8\x00	Wavelet Scalar Quantization image data

# JPEG 2000 Code Stream Bitmap
# From Petr Splichal <psplicha@redhat.com>
0	string	\xFF\x4F\xFF\x51\x00	JPEG-2000 Code Stream Bitmap data

#------------------------------------------------------------
# $File: java,v 1.12 2009/09/19 16:28:10 christos Exp $
# Java ByteCode and Mach-O binaries (e.g., Mac OS X) use the
# same magic number, 0xcafebabe, so they are both handled
# in the entry called "cafebabe".
#------------------------------------------------------------
# Java serialization
# From Martin Pool (m.pool@pharos.com.au)
0	beshort		0xaced		Java serialization data
>2	beshort		>0x0004		\b, version %d

0	belong		0xfeedfeed	Java KeyStore
!:mime	application/x-java-keystore
0	belong		0xcececece	Java JCE KeyStore
!:mime	application/x-java-jce-keystore

# Dalvik .dex format. http://retrodev.com/android/dexformat.html
# From <mkf@google.com> "Mike Fleming"
0	string	dex\n
>0	regex	dex\n[0-9][0-9][0-9]\0	Dalvik dex file
>4	string	>000			version %s
0	string	dey\n
>0	regex	dey\n[0-9][0-9][0-9]\0	Dalvik dex file (optimized for host)
>4	string	>000			version %s


#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# $File: jpeg,v 1.15 2009/09/19 16:28:10 christos Exp $
# JPEG images
# SunOS 5.5.1 had
#
#	0	string		\377\330\377\340	JPEG file
#	0	string		\377\330\377\356	JPG file
#
# both of which turn into "JPEG image data" here.
#
0	beshort		0xffd8		JPEG image data
!:mime	image/jpeg
!:apple	8BIMJPEG
!:strength +1
>6	string		JFIF		\b, JFIF standard
# The following added by Erik Rossen <rossen@freesurf.ch> 1999-09-06
# in a vain attempt to add image size reporting for JFIF.  Note that these
# tests are not fool-proof since some perfectly valid JPEGs are currently
# impossible to specify in magic(4) format.
# First, a little JFIF version info:
>>11	byte		x		\b %d.
>>12	byte		x		\b%02d
# Next, the resolution or aspect ratio of the image:
#>>13	byte		0		\b, aspect ratio
#>>13	byte		1		\b, resolution (DPI)
#>>13	byte		2		\b, resolution (DPCM)
#>>4	beshort		x		\b, segment length %d
# Next, show thumbnail info, if it exists:
>>18	byte		!0		\b, thumbnail %dx
>>>19	byte		x		\b%d

# EXIF moved down here to avoid reporting a bogus version number,
# and EXIF version number printing added.
#   - Patrik R=E5dman <patrik+file-magic@iki.fi>
>6	string		Exif		\b, EXIF standard
# Look for EXIF IFD offset in IFD 0, and then look for EXIF version tag in EXIF IFD.
# All possible combinations of entries have to be enumerated, since no looping
# is possible. And both endians are possible...
# The combinations included below are from real-world JPEGs.
# Little-endian
>>12	string		II		
# IFD 0 Entry #5:
>>>70	leshort		0x8769          
# EXIF IFD Entry #1:
>>>>(78.l+14)	leshort	0x9000		
>>>>>(78.l+23)	byte	x		%c
>>>>>(78.l+24)	byte	x		\b.%c
>>>>>(78.l+25)	byte	!0x30		\b%c
# IFD 0 Entry #9:
>>>118	leshort		0x8769          
# EXIF IFD Entry #3:
>>>>(126.l+38)	leshort	0x9000		
>>>>>(126.l+47)	byte	x		%c
>>>>>(126.l+48)	byte	x		\b.%c
>>>>>(126.l+49)	byte	!0x30		\b%c
# IFD 0 Entry #10
>>>130	leshort		0x8769          
# EXIF IFD Entry #3:
>>>>(138.l+38)	leshort	0x9000		
>>>>>(138.l+47)	byte	x		%c
>>>>>(138.l+48)	byte	x		\b.%c
>>>>>(138.l+49)	byte	!0x30		\b%c
# EXIF IFD Entry #4:
>>>>(138.l+50)	leshort	0x9000		
>>>>>(138.l+59)	byte	x		%c
>>>>>(138.l+60)	byte	x		\b.%c
>>>>>(138.l+61)	byte	!0x30		\b%c
# EXIF IFD Entry #5:
>>>>(138.l+62)	leshort	0x9000		
>>>>>(138.l+71)	byte	x		%c
>>>>>(138.l+72)	byte	x		\b.%c
>>>>>(138.l+73)	byte	!0x30		\b%c
# IFD 0 Entry #11
>>>142	leshort		0x8769          
# EXIF IFD Entry #3:
>>>>(150.l+38)	leshort	0x9000		
>>>>>(150.l+47)	byte	x		%c
>>>>>(150.l+48)	byte	x		\b.%c
>>>>>(150.l+49)	byte	!0x30		\b%c
# EXIF IFD Entry #4:
>>>>(150.l+50)	leshort	0x9000		
>>>>>(150.l+59)	byte	x		%c
>>>>>(150.l+60)	byte	x		\b.%c
>>>>>(150.l+61)	byte	!0x30		\b%c
# EXIF IFD Entry #5:
>>>>(150.l+62)	leshort	0x9000		
>>>>>(150.l+71)	byte	x		%c
>>>>>(150.l+72)	byte	x		\b.%c
>>>>>(150.l+73)	byte	!0x30		\b%c
# Big-endian
>>12	string		MM		
# IFD 0 Entry #9:
>>>118	beshort		0x8769          
# EXIF IFD Entry #1:
>>>>(126.L+14)	beshort	0x9000		
>>>>>(126.L+23)	byte	x		%c
>>>>>(126.L+24)	byte	x		\b.%c
>>>>>(126.L+25)	byte	!0x30		\b%c
# EXIF IFD Entry #3:
>>>>(126.L+38)	beshort	0x9000		
>>>>>(126.L+47)	byte	x		%c
>>>>>(126.L+48)	byte	x		\b.%c
>>>>>(126.L+49)	byte	!0x30		\b%c
# IFD 0 Entry #10
>>>130	beshort		0x8769          
# EXIF IFD Entry #3:
>>>>(138.L+38)	beshort	0x9000		
>>>>>(138.L+47)	byte	x		%c
>>>>>(138.L+48)	byte	x		\b.%c
>>>>>(138.L+49)	byte	!0x30		\b%c
# EXIF IFD Entry #5:
>>>>(138.L+62)	beshort	0x9000		
>>>>>(138.L+71)	byte	x		%c
>>>>>(138.L+72)	byte	x		\b.%c
>>>>>(138.L+73)	byte	!0x30		\b%c
# IFD 0 Entry #11
>>>142	beshort		0x8769          
# EXIF IFD Entry #4:
>>>>(150.L+50)	beshort	0x9000		
>>>>>(150.L+59)	byte	x		%c
>>>>>(150.L+60)	byte	x		\b.%c
>>>>>(150.L+61)	byte	!0x30		\b%c
# Here things get sticky.  We can do ONE MORE marker segment with
# indirect addressing, and that's all.  It would be great if we could
# do pointer arithemetic like in an assembler language.  Christos?
# And if there was some sort of looping construct to do searches, plus a few
# named accumulators, it would be even more effective...
# At least we can show a comment if no other segments got inserted before:
>(4.S+5)	byte		0xFE
>>(4.S+8)	string		>\0		\b, comment: "%s"
# FIXME: When we can do non-byte counted strings, we can use that to get
# the string's count, and fix Debian bug #283760
#>(4.S+5)	byte		0xFE		\b, comment
#>>(4.S+6)	beshort		x		\b length=%d
#>>(4.S+8)	string		>\0		\b, "%s"
# Or, we can show the encoding type (I've included only the three most common)
# and image dimensions if we are lucky and the SOFn (image segment) is here:
>(4.S+5)	byte		0xC0		\b, baseline
>>(4.S+6)	byte		x		\b, precision %d
>>(4.S+7)	beshort		x		\b, %dx
>>(4.S+9)	beshort		x		\b%d
>(4.S+5)	byte		0xC1		\b, extended sequential
>>(4.S+6)	byte		x		\b, precision %d
>>(4.S+7)	beshort		x		\b, %dx
>>(4.S+9)	beshort		x		\b%d
>(4.S+5)	byte		0xC2		\b, progressive
>>(4.S+6)	byte		x		\b, precision %d
>>(4.S+7)	beshort		x		\b, %dx
>>(4.S+9)	beshort		x		\b%d
# I've commented-out quantisation table reporting.  I doubt anyone cares yet.
#>(4.S+5)	byte		0xDB		\b, quantisation table
#>>(4.S+6)	beshort		x		\b length=%d
#>14	beshort		x		\b, %d x
#>16	beshort		x		\b %d

# HSI is Handmade Software's proprietary JPEG encoding scheme
0	string		hsi1		JPEG image data, HSI proprietary

# From: David Santinoli <david@santinoli.com>
0	string		\x00\x00\x00\x0C\x6A\x50\x20\x20\x0D\x0A\x87\x0A	JPEG 2000 image data

# Type: JPEG 2000 codesream
# From: Mathieu Malaterre <mathieu.malaterre@gmail.com>
0	belong		0xff4fff51						JPEG 2000 codestream
45	beshort		0xff52

#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# $File: magic,v 1.9 2009/09/19 16:28:10 christos Exp $
# magic:  file(1) magic for magic files
#
0	string		#\ Magic	magic text file for file(1) cmd
0	lelong		0xF11E041C	magic binary file for file(1) cmd
>4	lelong		x		(version %d) (little endian)
0	belong		0xF11E041C	magic binary file for file(1) cmd
>4	belong		x		(version %d) (big endian)

#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# $File: mime,v 1.5 2009/09/19 16:28:10 christos Exp $
# mime:  file(1) magic for MIME encoded files
#
0	string		Content-Type:\ 
>14	string		>\0		%s
0	string		Content-Type:
>13	string		>\0		%s

#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# $File: news,v 1.6 2009/09/19 16:28:11 christos Exp $
# news:  file(1) magic for SunOS NeWS fonts (not "news" as in "netnews")
#
0	string		StartFontMetrics	ASCII font metrics
0	string		StartFont	ASCII font bits
0	belong		0x137A2944	NeWS bitmap font
0	belong		0x137A2947	NeWS font family
0	belong		0x137A2950	scalable OpenFont binary
0	belong		0x137A2951	encrypted scalable OpenFont binary
8	belong		0x137A2B45	X11/NeWS bitmap font
8	belong		0x137A2B48	X11/NeWS font family

#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# $File: mozilla,v 1.4 2009/09/19 16:28:11 christos Exp $
# mozilla:  file(1) magic for Mozilla XUL fastload files 
# (XUL.mfasl and XPC.mfasl)
# URL:	http://www.mozilla.org/
# From:	Josh Triplett <josh@freedesktop.org>

0	string	XPCOM\nMozFASL\r\n\x1A		Mozilla XUL fastload data

#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# $File: pdf,v 1.6 2009/09/19 16:28:11 christos Exp $
# pdf:  file(1) magic for Portable Document Format
#

0	string		%PDF-		PDF document
!:mime	application/pdf
>5	byte		x		\b, version %c
>7	byte		x		\b.%c

# From: Nick Schmalenberger <nick@schmalenberger.us>
# Forms Data Format
0       string          %FDF-           FDF document
>5      byte            x               \b, version %c
>7      byte            x               \b.%c

#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# $File: rtf,v 1.7 2009/09/19 16:28:12 christos Exp $
# rtf:	file(1) magic for Rich Text Format (RTF)
#
# Duncan P. Simpson, D.P.Simpson@dcs.warwick.ac.uk
#
0	string		{\\rtf		Rich Text Format data,
!:mime	text/rtf
>5	string		1		version 1,
>>6	string		\\ansi		ANSI
>>6	string		\\mac		Apple Macintosh
>>6	string		\\pc		IBM PC, code page 437
>>6	string		\\pca		IBM PS/2, code page 850
>>6	default		x		unknown character set
>5	default		x		unknown version

#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# $File: tgif,v 1.5 2009/09/19 16:28:12 christos Exp $
# file(1) magic for tgif(1) files
# From Hendrik Scholz <hendrik@scholz.net>

0	string	%TGIF\ x 		Tgif file version %s


#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# $File: vorbis,v 1.16 2009/09/19 16:28:13 christos Exp $
# vorbis:  file(1) magic for Ogg/Vorbis files
#
# From Felix von Leitner <leitner@fefe.de>
# Extended by Beni Cherniavsky <cben@crosswinds.net>
# Further extended by Greg Wooledge <greg@wooledge.org>
#
# Most (everything but the number of channels and bitrate) is commented
# out with `##' as it's not interesting to the average user.  The most
# probable things advanced users would want to uncomment are probably
# the number of comments and the encoder version.
#
# FIXME: The first match has been made a search, so that it can skip
# over prepended ID3 tags. This will work for MIME type detection, but
# won't work for detecting other properties of the file (they all need
# to be made relative to the search). In any case, if the file has ID3
# tags, the ID3 information will be printed, not the Ogg information,
# so until that's fixed, this doesn't matter.
# FIXME[2]: Disable the above for now, since search assumes text mode.
#
# --- Ogg Framing ---
#0		search/1000	OggS		Ogg data
0		string	OggS		Ogg data
!:mime		application/ogg
>4		byte		!0		UNKNOWN REVISION %u
##>4		byte		0		revision 0
>4		byte		0
##>>14		lelong		x		(Serial %lX)
# non-Vorbis content: FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec, http://flac.sourceforge.net)
>>28		string		\x7fFLAC	\b, FLAC audio
# non-Vorbis content: Theora
>>28		string		\x80theora	\b, Theora video
# non-Vorbis content: Kate
>>28		string		\x80kate\0\0\0\0	\b, Kate
>>>37		ubyte		x		v%u
>>>38		ubyte		x		\b.%u,
>>>40		byte		0		utf8 encoding,
>>>40		byte		!0		unknown character encoding,
>>>60		string		>\0		language %s,
>>>60		string		\0		no language set,
>>>76		string		>\0		category %s
>>>76		string		\0		no category set
# non-Vorbis content: Skeleton
>>28		string		fishead\0	\b, Skeleton
>>>36		short		x		v%u
>>>40		short		x		\b.%u
# non-Vorbis content: Speex
>>28		string		Speex\ \ \ 	\b, Speex audio
# non-Vorbis content: OGM
>>28		string		\x01video\0\0\0	\b, OGM video
>>>37		string/c	div3		(DivX 3)
>>>37		string/c	divx		(DivX 4)
>>>37		string/c	dx50		(DivX 5)
>>>37		string/c	xvid		(XviD)
# --- First vorbis packet - general header ---
>>28		string		\x01vorbis	\b, Vorbis audio,
>>>35		lelong		!0		UNKNOWN VERSION %lu,
##>>>35		lelong		0		version 0,
>>>35		lelong		0
>>>>39		ubyte		1		mono,
>>>>39		ubyte		2		stereo,
>>>>39		ubyte		>2		%u channels,
>>>>40		lelong		x		%lu Hz
# Minimal, nominal and maximal bitrates specified when encoding
>>>>48		string		<\xff\xff\xff\xff\xff\xff\xff\xff\xff\xff\xff\xff	\b,
# The above tests if at least one of these is specified:
>>>>>52		lelong		!-1
# Vorbis RC2 has a bug which puts -1000 in the min/max bitrate fields
# instead of -1.
# Vorbis 1.0 uses 0 instead of -1.
>>>>>>52	lelong		!0
>>>>>>>52	lelong		!-1000
>>>>>>>>52	lelong		x		<%lu
>>>>>48		lelong		!-1
>>>>>>48	lelong		x		~%lu
>>>>>44		lelong		!-1
>>>>>>44	lelong		!-1000
>>>>>>>44	lelong		!0
>>>>>>>>44	lelong		x		>%lu
>>>>>48		string		<\xff\xff\xff\xff\xff\xff\xff\xff\xff\xff\xff\xff	bps
# -- Second vorbis header packet - the comments
# A kludge to read the vendor string.  It's a counted string, not a
# zero-terminated one, so file(1) can't read it in a generic way.
# libVorbis is the only one existing currently, so I detect specifically
# it.  The interesting value is the cvs date (8 digits decimal).
# Post-RC1 Ogg files have the second header packet (and thus the version)
# in a different place, so we must use an indirect offset.
>>>(84.b+85)		string		\x03vorbis
>>>>(84.b+96)		string/c	Xiphophorus\ libVorbis\ I	\b, created by: Xiphophorus libVorbis I
>>>>>(84.b+120)		string		>00000000	
# Map to beta version numbers:
>>>>>>(84.b+120)	string		<20000508	(<beta1, prepublic)
>>>>>>(84.b+120)	string		20000508	(1.0 beta 1 or beta 2)
>>>>>>(84.b+120)	string		>20000508
>>>>>>>(84.b+120)	string		<20001031	(beta2-3)
>>>>>>(84.b+120)	string		20001031	(1.0 beta 3)
>>>>>>(84.b+120)	string		>20001031
>>>>>>>(84.b+120)	string		<20010225	(beta3-4)
>>>>>>(84.b+120)	string		20010225	(1.0 beta 4)
>>>>>>(84.b+120)	string		>20010225
>>>>>>>(84.b+120)	string		<20010615	(beta4-RC1)
>>>>>>(84.b+120)	string		20010615	(1.0 RC1)
>>>>>>(84.b+120)	string		20010813	(1.0 RC2)
>>>>>>(84.b+120)	string		20010816	(RC2 - Garf tuned v1)
>>>>>>(84.b+120)	string		20011014	(RC2 - Garf tuned v2)
>>>>>>(84.b+120)	string		20011217	(1.0 RC3)
>>>>>>(84.b+120)	string		20011231	(1.0 RC3)
# Some pre-1.0 CVS snapshots still had "Xiphphorus"...
>>>>>>(84.b+120)	string		>20011231	(pre-1.0 CVS)
# For the 1.0 release, Xiphophorus is replaced by Xiph.Org
>>>>(84.b+96)		string/c	Xiph.Org\ libVorbis\ I	\b, created by: Xiph.Org libVorbis I
>>>>>(84.b+117)		string		>00000000	
>>>>>>(84.b+117)	string		<20020717	(pre-1.0 CVS)
>>>>>>(84.b+117)	string		20020717	(1.0)
>>>>>>(84.b+117)	string		20030909	(1.0.1)
>>>>>>(84.b+117)	string		20040629	(1.1.0 RC1)

#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# $File: varied.script,v 1.6 2009/09/19 16:28:13 christos Exp $
# varied.script:  file(1) magic for various interpreter scripts

0	string		#!\ /			a
>3	string		>\0			%s script text executable
0	string		#!\t/			a
>3	string		>\0			%s script text executable
0	string		#!/			a
>2	string		>\0			%s script text executable
0	string		#!\ 			script text executable
>3	string		>\0			for %s

# From: arno <arenevier@fdn.fr>
# mozilla xpconnect typelib
# see http://www.mozilla.org/scriptable/typelib_file.html
0	string 		XPCOM\nTypeLib\r\n\032		XPConnect Typelib
>0x10  byte        x       version %d
>>0x11 byte        x      \b.%d

#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# $File: unicode,v 1.5 2009/09/19 16:28:13 christos Exp $
# Unicode:  BOM prefixed text files - Adrian Havill <havill@turbolinux.co.jp>
# GRR: These types should be recognised in file_ascmagic so these
# encodings can be treated by text patterns.
# Missing types are already dealt with internally.
#
0	string	+/v8			Unicode text, UTF-7
0	string	+/v9			Unicode text, UTF-7
0	string	+/v+			Unicode text, UTF-7
0	string	+/v/			Unicode text, UTF-7
0	string	\335\163\146\163	Unicode text, UTF-8-EBCDIC
0	string	\376\377\000\000	Unicode text, UTF-32, big-endian
0	string	\377\376\000\000	Unicode text, UTF-32, little-endian
0	string	\016\376\377		Unicode text, SCSU (Standard Compression Scheme for Unicode)

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