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Windows Media Audio: a licensed file format
Windows Media Audio first appeared in 1999. This format is a development of Microsoft supported by Windows Media Player. It was created to replace the well-known MP3 format. Used when watching films on DVD players, on Nokia and Playstation mobile and portable devices. Files of the Windows Media Audio format can be compressed with and without losses. The format has a total of 4 types. As of today, it is supported by almost all hardware players.
CD Digital Audio File
A standardized format intended for compact discs. It features an amplitude resolution of 16 bits and a sampling frequency of 44100 Hz. This format emerged back in 1980. It is utilized for storing data on personal computers and CDs. A CS Digital Audio File stores the audio data in the AIFF format. You can see such files if you extract the audio files from a compact disc. This operation can be performed using Apple iTunes.