MP3

MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 Audio Layer III, mostly known as mp3 or MP3, designates a format for coding digital audio data. MP3 still ranks among the most popular formats for storing audio data. In the early 80s, the German Fraunhofer Institut developed MP3 as a lossy format compared to Compact Disc Digital Audio (CDDA): Compression rate […]

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MP4 to MP3

The mp4 format is one of the most common formats on the net, because the video container is particularly efficient when it comes to saving and is also used for streaming over the net – you can access mp4 files (unnoticed) even if you are watching videos on platforms such as Watch Vimeo or YouTube. […]

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FLAC to MP3

With the online converter from file-converter-online.com, various media formats can be converted free of charge. Converting flac to MP3 is also possible in just three steps – and there are many reasons to convert from .flac to .mp3! Reasons to convert FLAC to MP3 Both are audio formats: FLAC is a lossless music format , […]

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WAV to MP3

Audio files come in many different shapes and sizes. The so-called wav files are among the larger audio files that you handle in everyday life. This large audio format is perfect for the exchange of high quality sound formats and is used, for example, when the sound is to be preserved without loss. However, since […]

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OGG to MP3

With file-converter-online.com you can quickly and easily convert your .ogg files to MP3. But what are .ogg files? Originally, .ogg files were a container format for audio and video files. This means that .ogg files can contain audio and / or video content, with the codec being freely selectable. Unfortunately, this possibility has not been […]

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M4A to MP3

In order to play m4a files on conventional MP3 players or burn them to an MP3 CD, it may be necessary to convert these M4A files to MP3 . With file-converter-online.com this is done in just three steps: Upload file, select target format and download. The conversion from M4a to MP3 is of course free […]

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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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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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