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AAC Format: Will it replace MP3?

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

August 7, 2006

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Will the AAC format take over the common MP3?

Martyn Lloyd submitted an interesting topic for us to consider: the upcoming .aac standard for mp3.

AAC stands for Advanced Audio Coding, a file format that most people associate with Apple, particularly iTunes.

Martyn understands that it is a 5.1 Dolby version, and may well rewrite the format in time.

He found add on encoders and decoders for popular software at the RareWares.org website, which may be quite useful to our audience at VOX Daily.

Anyone have any thoughts on this?

Best,

Stephanie

Related Topics: Apple


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