M4V is a video file format that has been downloaded from the Apple iTunes store. The format contains TV shows, videos, films, music. It looks like a .MP4 file, but it sometimes has copy protection when Apple's FairPlay DRM is used (technical copyright protection). The M4V format, i.e., MPEG-4 iTunes Video File, was developed by Apple. MP4 is a container format. Like the same formats as MOV, AVI, MKV, it provides the ability to combine a variety of multimedia streams into one file. Mostly it is audio and video. In order to play the protected M4V file, the computer must be authorized using the iTunes account from which the videos were purchased. In this case, it can be used in order to buy video. Unprotected M4V files can be played by other video players if the extension is changed from .M4v to .Mp4. Files with the M4V extension contain both sound and video data. You can convert M4V files to MP4 format. In this case, it will be possible to play them on other computers, since the M4V files are protected by DRM. MP4 files, compared to the M4V format, do not allow you to specify partition information.
WebM is an open multimedia file format developed by Google's IT giant. It was first introduced by the developer on May 19, 2010 at the Google I / O conference. Typically, WebM files store video with compression using VP8 technology, as well as audio with compression using Ogg Vorbis compression. The initial developer of VP8 technology is ON2, which Google later acquired. WebM format provides efficient compression and high quality video. The format is supported by Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Opera. When installing the necessary codecs in Windows, this format is also supported in Internet Explorer.