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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 used in container formats for videos. In addition, such a file offers the advantage of being streamable. The AAC format is particularly popular with music service providers such as Apple iTunes, because the DRM system can be integrated as copy protection in the document, so that a transfer of such files, in addition to copyright infringement, can be prevented.

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