Audio Coding (AAC)

Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) is a widely used audio compression format that offers superior audio quality and smaller file sizes compared to its predecessors. Developed by the MPEG (Moving Picture Experts Group) consortium, AAC is the default audio format for various applications, including digital television, streaming services, and mobile devices.

AAC utilizes a more efficient compression algorithm, resulting in higher fidelity audio reproduction while consuming less storage space. It supports a wide range of audio frequencies and bit rates, making it suitable for various audio applications. Additionally, AAC provides advanced features like multi-channel audio and support for digital rights management (DRM).

With its widespread adoption and numerous advantages, AAC has become the go-to audio format for delivering high-quality audio content across different platforms and devices.