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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.

MP4 is an abbreviation for MPEG-4 Part 14. It can also be called MPEG-4 AVC. In this case, the abbreviation AVC (Advanced Video Coding) is an advanced video encoding. By the name of the format, it is easy to guess that it is necessary for working with video files. The format was first proposed in 1998. Since then, MP4 is considered one of the most common file formats used to store and transmit multimedia. MP4 is a container format that provides the ability to combine audio, video, subtitles and pictures in one file. It is also suitable for posting rich content. Say three-dimensional graphics, menus and interactive features. There are many portable players and other devices that play MP4. For this, a PC or laptop is also quite suitable. The MP4 format is a robust application that needs relatively low performance. And therefore, users could use such a tool for their own purposes. This tool has found wide application, as the technology for the production of more and more powerful devices, both portable and desktop with a large hard drive capacity, is constantly evolving. Due to the fact that the speeds of various types of connections to the global network are increasing, MP4 has become more affordable. It acts like the MP3 format, although it is more complex. The format compresses files and remains high-quality.


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