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Welcome to the Audio & Video Section of BSU Download Centre, where you can download all the free tools to play and edit Audio and Video Files.
There are several audio file formats in common use. This is just a brief description of what the more commonly used audio and video file formats and systems are.
AAC: Advanced Audio Coding This is the audio file format used by Apple for the iTunes Music Store, and it may appear with the M4A filename extension. It is better than MP3 for sound quality. It was developed as part of the MPEG4 group owned by Dolby (see below).
AU: This audio file format is the standard used by Java, Sun and Unix.
MPEG-4: This is the newest MPEG (Moving Pictures Expert Group) system and is used for streaming internet content. It is also used in portable video recorders and for internet downloads. Required for DivX. It improves digital broadcasting and interactive graphics and multimedia.
MP3: Digital audio files, most commonly used to store and playback music. It compresses the files to about 10% of a normal audio file, and a normal music track will be about 5 -6 MB in size. MP3 stands for MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3, not MPEG-3 as many people think. A typical MP3 studio file is near CD quality.