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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.
Free Lossless Audio Codec: a popular free codec
This format stands for an audio file that does not lose sound quality when compressed. The Free Lossless Audio Codec is popular among music lovers who use high-end equipment to listen to music. The advantage of this format is that it does not delete any data from the audio stream. FLAC is supported by most audio players, audio applications, and audio systems. It is a free open-source format. When converting an audio file to the FLAC format, you can save a significant amount of storage space without losing the sound quality.