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Audio file formats related topic: File systems (computer), Speech technology, Acoustics
AIFF short for Audio interchange File Format, a common format for storing and transmitting sampled sound
Audio Compression Which is the best low-bitrate audio compression algorithm? OGG vs. MP3 vs. WMA vs. RA
Audio compression formats A comparison of Internet audio compression formats, Audio format 16-bit PCM G.711 mu-law 32Kbps MPEG-1 IMA/DVI ADPCM GSM 06.10 InterWave VSC112 TrueSpeech 8.5 RealAudio v1.0 ToolVox for the Web
Audio file formats List of Audio File Formats, Educypedia audio file formats
Audio File Format Specifications
Audio - video - image file formats these descriptions provide information about file formats, file-format classes, bitstream structures and encodings, and the mechanisms used to compress files or bitstreams, Audio file formats, a tip
Audio file format An audio file format is a container format for storing audio data on a computer system, ...
Audio file format specifications
CD to MP3 Ripper-Audio Formats comparison What is CD Audio Format, What is WAV Audio Format, What is MP3 Audio Format, What is WMA Audio Format, What is OGG Audio Format, The Comparison of Different Audio Formats
Computer sound formats
Digital audio formats the format of a digital audio file refers to the type of audio data within the file
Digital audio formats discussion of sound formats used on the web
MPEG audio layer-3 Fraunhofer IIS - audio & multimedia, An Introduction To MP3 Surround, pdf file
Multimedia file formats sound and music
Music file formats MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) file format, RA (RealAudio) files support streaming technology, AIFF (Audio Interchange File Format) a popular music file format, WAVE files, provides raw, uncompressed audio data, WMA (Windows Media Audio) is a music file format from Microsoft
Ogg files An Ogg file is a compressed audio file which is written in the Ogg audio format. The Ogg Vorbis audio format does the same job as the MP3 audio format, but the Ogg format is not burdened with patents, ...
PC audio an introduction to various issues associated with PC-based audio technology, pdf file
Soorten geluidsmateriaal in Dutch
Sound formats
Sound formats mpeg, wave, sound blaster VOC, amiga IFF, adpcm, pcm, GSM 6.1, IRCAM, amiga MOD, quick time movies, MIDI, raw audio CD data, audio CD tracks, PSION sounds, AU, system 7, AIFF, AIFF C
Sound formats chart compares the most common sound formats found on the web
Streaming media world: SMIL SMIL (pronounced smile) stands for synchronized multimedia integration language. It is a markup language (like HTML) and is designed to be easy to learn and deploy on web sites
WAVE Audio File Format WAVE. Waveform Audio File Format
Wave file compression codecs compared
WAV file format the wave file format is a file format for storing digital audio (waveform) data. it supports a variety of bit resolutions, sample rates, and channels of audio. this format is very popular upon ibm pc (clone) platforms, and is widely used in professional programs that process digital audio waveforms
WAV file format pdf file
WAV file information WAVE File Format is a file format for storing digital audio (waveform) data
WAV files WAVE or RIFF WAVE sound file, the WAVE file specifications came from Microsoft. The WAVE file format use RIFF chunks, each chunk consisting of a chunk identifier, chunk length and chunk data
WAVE PCM soundfile format the WAVE file format is a subset of Microsoft's RIFF specification for the storage of multimedia files. A RIFF file starts out with a file header followed by a sequence of data chunks
Windows media audio file with WMA9 codec
Windows Media Player multimedia file formats discusses the multimedia file types that Microsoft Windows Media Player supports and provides a sample of most of these file types
WMA file format
WMA - Windows Media Audio Windows Media Audio allows getting files less in size than MP3, but better sound quality
Working with WAV files
MP3-MPEG4 Technology  (MP3 stands for MPEG Layer 3), related subjects: Music, MP3-MPEG4 software, Webdesign: waves - midi - sounds
Audio encoding
Coding technologies mp3, mp3pro, pro, aac, aacPlus, sbr, audio, audio coding, audio compression, coding, perceptual, codec
Comparing lossless and lossy audio formats most people think that MP3 just means 'music file'. In fact, MP3 means MPEG Audio Layer 3, and is only one way of converting music into digital files. There are many audio formats, and almost all of them compress the audio data so that it takes up less digital space - that's less room on your hard drive, or less space on your portable music player
Comparison of audio codecs compare general and technical information for a variety of audio codecs
Comparison of media players
How is MP3 built how does the internal of an MP3 file look like
ID3v2 information about audio tagging such as ID3 and ID3v2
MP3 and internet audio handbook MP3 (technically, MPEG Audio Layer-III ) is a standard format for compressing digital audio . MP3 squeezes audio files to about one tenth of their original size, while maintaining close to CD quality. Songs in MP3 format can be downloaded from the Internet, created from prerecorded music, or recorded from scratch, ...
MP3 audio files
MP3 bitrate comparisons MP3 and Ogg Vorbis Bitrate Comparison
MP3 decoding pdf file
Mp3 file structure Mp3 file structure
MP3 player project a stand alone MP3-CD-Player. It is able to play mp3 CDs, audio CDs and optionally it has a build-in hard drive
MP3 projects basics, projects, docs, pictures
MP3 specification ISO-11172-3 zip file
Mp3 Tag Tools mp3 tag editing utility, with several features such as Mass ID3 tagging, Write ID3 tags from Filenames and Rename Files from ID3 tags using Custom Formats, Copy/Synchronize ID3 tags, Cleaning Filenames and Correcting their case, Create ID3 tags using Directory Formats, Create Directories and organize mp3s from ID3 tag info, Export ID3 tag data dedicated to the MP3 standard. You will find here information about the MP3 standard and upcoming audio compression techniques, tests, MPEG source codes...
MP3 test files
MPEG3 MP3: MPEG Audio Layer-3
MPEG audio layer-3 Fraunhofer IIS - audio & multimedia, An Introduction To MP3 Surround, pdf file
MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3 more commonly referred to as MP3, is a popular digital audio encoding and lossy compression format, designed to greatly reduce the amount of data required to represent audio
MPEG Layer-3 (MP3) technical information about the most used audio compression scheme: MPEG Layer-3 (MP3), Fraunhofer Institut
MPEG-4 MPEG-4 allows streaming over the internet, multiplexing  of audio and video streams, variable frame rates, variable bit-rates
MPEG-4 Overview MPEG-4 is an ISO/IEC standard developed by MPEG (Moving Picture Experts Group), the committee that also developed the Emmy Award winning standards known as MPEG-1 and MPEG-2. These standards made interactive video on CD-ROM, DVD and Digital Television possible, pdf file
MPEG-4 HE-AAC v2, pdf file
SBR explained- White paper Low bitrate audio coding is an enabling technology for a number of applications like digital radio, Internet streaming (web radio) and mobile multimedia applications, mp3PRO combines SBR and MP3 to double the amount of music you can store and play, pdf file
What is an MP3 encoder? there are three types of MP3 encodes: variable bitrate (VBR), constant bitrate (CBR), and average bitrate (ABR). Constant bitrate MP3s are the most common type of MP3 found
Winamp one of the best mp3 player and MP3 decoder

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