Convert RM to AAC
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Converting rm to aac
Real Media File
|Main program||🔵 RealNetworks RealPlayer|
|Description||🔵 RM (RealMedia) is a proprietary multimedia container format developed by RealNetworks. It was primarily used for streaming audio, video, and other multimedia content over the internet. RM files typically contain audio and video codecs that are optimized for streaming over low bandwidth connections.|
|Technical details||🔵 The RM format is based on a modified version of the standard MPEG-4 compression algorithm and is capable of providing good video and audio quality while keeping file sizes small. The format also includes support for digital rights management (DRM) to protect copyrighted content from unauthorized access and distribution. RM files can be played using RealPlayer, a media player application developed by RealNetworks, which is available for various platforms such as Windows, macOS, and Linux. Additionally, some third-party media players may also be capable of playing RM files by using appropriate codecs.|
|Developer||🔵 Real Networks|
Advanced Audio Coding
🔵 Microsoft Windows Media Player
🔵 VLC media player
🔵 Apple iTunes
A proprietary format with lossy compression, which have been created as an alternative for MP3 with a higher quality of coding. Overtones out of human perception are being removed. AAC is two times less than MP3, which means 1/10 of CD digital data.
The format has been widely used since 1997 as the seventh release of the MPEG-2 family. As hardware players supply it, the format is highly demanded by music fans. It has been widely spread in Apple production and is being used by default in iTunes.
|Technical details||🔵 |
The format conception is similar to MP3, but it is more advanced. Being able to execute larger compression, it is represented as a separate segment of MPEG-4 standard used to create compact audio files. AAC is highly efficient with variable and continuous bitrate, with a sampling frequency of 8-96 kHz.
The current version complies with the standard of ISO/IEC 14496-3. Compression is performed based on an auditory masking effect that provides data reduction with no deterioration for sound quality.
|Developer||🔵 Bell Labs, Dolby Laboratories, Sony, Nokia, Coding Technologies|