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Graphics File Formats FAQ (Part 3 of 4): Where to Get File Format Specifications
Section - FFIVW - File Format for the Interchange of Virtual Worlds

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          Type: VRML
     Extension: ffivw
       Version: 
  Compression:
   Color Depth:
    Maintainer: Bernie Roehl <broehl@waterloo.ca>
                Kerry Bonin <74367.1630@compuserve.com>
 Specification: http://vrml.wired.com/proposals/ffivw.html

FFIVM is an ASCII-based, object-oriented format used to describe virtual
objects and worlds. This format is not intended to be a native file format
of any hardware or software platform, but instead to be used as an
interchange medium used for converting one VRML format to another.

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