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Apple developed Audio Interchange File Format (AIFF) to store high-quality, digital-audio (waveform) data. Many professionals use it, particularly users of Apple platforms. It is lossless, which means there is no loss of quality or data from the original, but this also means that AIFF files take up more space. AIFF can locate loop point data and musical notes, which is useful for musicians.
Please note that if using an Android or non-Apple device, you will need to convert the AIFF file—likely to a MP3 file—in order to open it. Mobile Apple products open AIFF files without file conversion.
Developed by: Apple Inc.
Initial Release: 1988
Ogg Vorbis (OGG) is a file that uses Ogg Vorbis compression. OGG is a patent-free, royalty-free encoding scheme provided by the Xiph.Org Foundation. Like MP3, OGG files are renowned for their high quality. OGG files include metadata, as well as artist and track title information.
The default program to open an OGG file is VLC media player. Additionally, a great number of other programs can open OGG, such as Windows Media Player, RealPlayer, Winamp, Xine, UltraMixer, and others.
If in a pinch, you can simply open an OGG file in Google Drive, which is available on any computer or mobile device equipped with an internet browser. Be aware that Apple products do not support OGG.
Developed by: Xiph.Org Foundation
Initial Release: 2000
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