• Content-Oriented

Container format is usually applied to multimedia digital assets and means that the file type is not a compression technology (or codec) but is used to hold media that has been encoded by other technologies. Some popular container formats include AVI, DNG and QuickTime.

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3GP, FLAC, H.264

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Created by Ralph Windsor on 02/07/2013 at 13:55

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