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Old December 16th, 2005, 10:33 PM   #1
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What is that? Why would a file from i tunes be an mp4 and not an mp3?
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Good question. A guy I work with told me his new car stereo plays MP4's.....I was like wtf is a mp4? He couldn't answer me
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MPEG-4 is the global multimedia standard, delivering professional-quality audio and video streams over a wide range of bandwidths, from cell phone to broadband and beyond.

While audio and video are at the core of the MPEG-4 specification, MPEG-4 can also support 3D objects, sprites, text and other media types.

Satellite Broadcasters like DirecTV and the DVB have adopted MPEG-4 for the delivery of digital television because of its quality at lower data rates. This means that they can offer more channels to their subscribers with the same bandwidth.

MPEG-4 also automaticly scales to transport media at any data rate from media suitable for delivery over dial-up modems to high-bandwidth networks.
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OK how to I change MP4's to something I can listen to in any cd player?
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OK how to I change MP4's to something I can listen to in any cd player?
buy a newer CD player :tonka:
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OK how to I change MP4's to something I can listen to in any cd player?

http://www.mp3-cd-converter.com/conv...4a_to_mp3.html

I've never used it, just found it.
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