ODP

The ODP format, like odt or ods, belongs to the group of "Open Document Formats". For example, ODP files are created using Open Office Impress or LibreOffice. The format for presentations corresponds to the Microsoft Powerpoint format .ppt or .pptx.

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TXT

The TXT format is basically not a correct format, but represents only the file extension for unformatted text files under Microsoft Windows . txt files can be opened and edited in Windows, for example, with Notepad or Wordpad.

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CSV

CSV is the abbreviation for "Comma Separated Values". This format is a standard format for spreadsheet documents such as online banking overviews. csv files can easily be converted into ods or xls files, if the right encoding and the right separator (sometimes semicolon) is provided.

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FLAC

Worth knowing about the flac format FLAC is the abbreviation of "Free Lossless Audio Codec" and unlike the mp3 format it means lossless data compression, which can be superior to the CD even in the case of a 24-bit resolution, but requires only about half of the data volume of a wav file. So FLAC […]

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AAC

Worth knowing about the aac format AAC is the abbreviation of Advanced Audio Coding and can be defined as a lossy compression method of audio files. Qualitatively, it is superior to the mp3 format and is also considered its successor. The AAC format developed by MPEG supports a multitude of bit rates and is also […]

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PPT

The file abbreviation ppt is the data format identifier for Microsoft's PowerPoint interactive presentation program PowerPoint. Interactive means that the contents of the individual presentation "slides" in the file can change dynamically depending on the input of the presenter. The term "film" has come to be naturalized and has its origins in the earlier presentations […]

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HTML

Hypertext Markup Language, also known as html, is the skeleton of a website to display and link documents across systems in browsers such as Firefox. Various specific commands allow the flexible format to also implement graphic elements, animations, videos, or audio files in an HTML file. Since the introduction of the current HTML5 standard even […]

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MP4

MP4 is a container format that can include multimedia content such as video and sound tracks, graphics, 2D and 3D animations, subtitled texts, interactive applications in the form of menus, and much more. Despite the strong compression, a file in mp4 format offers a very good picture and sound quality. The Apple Quick-Time based document, […]

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WMA

WMA is the abbreviation of Windows Media Audio. The lossy Microsoft-developed audio format is similar in compression to mp3 format, but optimized for Windows Media Player. The compression method filters out certain frequency ranges that are not perceptible to the ear, so that the file size can be greatly reduced. A document in wma format […]

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OGG

OGG is a container format developed by Xiph.org in which various media content, such as audio or video elements, graphics or subtitles, can be implemented. The associated compression format is called Vorbis and works lossy because certain frequency ranges that are not perceived by the ear, are filtered out. Compared to a file in mp3 […]

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