Complete Guide To Audio Formats
MP3, WAV, APE, FLAC, CDA, WMA, AAC - what audio format to choose?
Is there any difference?
How do they work?
There are dozens of audio file types today. No wonder we get lost in all those tech details. Many of us use MP3 and WAV. But who knows what is AAC, FLAC, CDA? Not many. Unless you read The Complete Guide To Audio Formats;)
The book describes each audio format and shows the best way to use them. You may get higher quality music or smaller size. Alternatively you may select lossless format that still reduce the file size.
Some of topics covered in Complete Guide To Audio Formats:
- What is the best audio format?
- How to make audio files smaller to fit more music on your portable player?
- How to make any music compatible with your car player?
- What is CDA, WAV, WMA, MP3, FLAC, AAC, MP4? The advantages of each are described.
"That's the first book to tell us about audio file types in the user-friendly way. Thanks for your book. I found great ways to use FLAC instead of MP3. The quality of my music is higher now."
Thanks again, Mary Steadford
"I was looking for some guide on audio formats when I stumbles upon your book. That is perfect - easy to read, full of tips. It provides great info on audio formats. I use mp3 and wma before. Now I choose APE, FLAC, AAC. Thank you! It's a great value to me."
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