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  2. Audio file format - Wikipedia

    1 Format types 1.1 Uncompressed audio format 1.2 Lossless compressed audio format 1.3 Lossy compressed audio format 2 List of formats 3 See also 4 References Format types [ edit] It is important to distinguish between the audio coding format, the container containing the raw audio data, and an audio codec.

  3. Timeline of audio formats - Wikipedia

    An audio format is a medium for sound recording and reproduction. The term is applied to both the physical recording media and the recording formats of the audio content —in computer science it is often limited to the audio file format, but its wider use usually refers to the physical method used to store the data.

  4. Comparison of audio coding formats - Wikipedia

    The 'Music' category is merely a guideline on commercialized uses of a particular format, not a technical assessment of its capabilities. (For example, in terms of marketshare, MP3 and AAC dominate the personal audio market, though many other formats are comparably well suited to fill this role from a purely technical standpoint.)

  5. Digital audio - Wikipedia

    Digital audio is a representation of sound recorded in, or converted into, digital form. In digital audio, the sound wave of the audio signal is typically encoded as numerical samples in a continuous sequence. For example, in CD audio, samples are taken 44,100 times per second, each with 16-bit sample depth.

  6. WAV - Wikipedia

    Though a WAV file can contain compressed audio, the most common WAV audio format is uncompressed audio in the linear pulse-code modulation (LPCM) format. LPCM is also the standard audio coding format for audio CDs, which store two-channel LPCM audio sampled at 44.1 kHz with 16 bits per sample.

  7. List of file formats - Wikipedia

    7z – 7z: 7-Zip compressed file A – An external file extension for C/C++ AAC – Advanced Audio Coding ace – ace: ACE compressed file ALZ – ALZip compressed file APK – Android package: Applications installable on Android; package format of the Alpine Linux distribution APPX – Microsoft Application Package (.appx) AT3 – Sony's UMD data compression

  8. List of codecs - Wikipedia

    Non-compression. Linear pulse-code modulation (LPCM, generally only described as PCM) is the format for uncompressed audio in media files and it is also the standard for CD-DA; note that in computers, LPCM is usually stored in container formats such as WAV, AIFF, or AU, or as raw audio format, although not technically necessary.

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