A Byte Segment is a series of bytes generated by decomposing the Composite Pixel Code (see PS 3.3).
If the Composite Pixel Code is not an integral number of bytes in size, sufficient Most Significant zero bits are added to make it an integral byte size. This is known as the Padded Composite Pixel Code.
The first Segment is generated by stripping off the most significant byte of each Padded Composite Pixel Code and ordering these bytes sequentially. The second Segment is generated by repeating this process on the stripped Padded Composite Pixel Code continuing until the last Pixel Segment is generated by ordering the least significant byte of each Padded Component Pixel Code sequentially.
Note: If Photometric Interpretation (0028, 0004) equals RGB and Bits Stored equals 8, then three Segments are generated. The first one holds all the Red values, the second all the Green values, and the third all the Blue values.