All about M4A files

The file extension m4a (MPEG-4 Audio) is used for compressed audio files, which were created in the container format mp4 or mpeg-4. Unlike these formats, however, M4A files contain only audio data. Based on Apple's QuickTime file format, these documents are often associated with Apple products such as the iPod or the iTunes multimedia software. A higher compression rate allows smaller file sizes than the usual mp3 standard. At the same time a better reproduction quality is achieved. Files in the relatively new M4A format can be opened with many external media players, except for iPod or iTunes. Depending on the operating system used, such as the current Windows Media Player, the latest versions of the Winamp Media Player or Apple QuickTime Player to call.

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Convert, open and edit M4A files

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