Reggae common format or basic media format is the final result of media decoding, also intermediate format for processing (with filters) and input format for encoding and multiplexing. These formats are just raw PCM samples for audio and raw ARGB pixels for video. Stream description, like number of audio channels or video dimensions, is provided via attributes.
All audio common formats are streams of linear PCM samples. Multichannel streams are interleaved. Stereo streams are intereleaved in [left, right] order. Interleaving for more channels is not yet defined. There are three sample formats defined:
Video common format is just an rectangular array of pixels. Row scan order is top-to-bottom, line scan order is left-to-right. Lines are not padded in any case. There is only one pixelformat defined currently: