Supported Audio Formats
litePlayer natively supports the following major audio formats to ensure flawless streaming and professional-grade sound quality for your project.
In addition to the above, litePlayer supports all non-proprietary container formats and file types based on the AAC encoding standard. [ Wikipedia.org: Advanced Audio Coding ]
More About These Formats
is the digital audio format that popularized consumer music downloading and portable music players in the 1990s. It is still the most common format for digital music sharing, live audio streaming, and podcasting on the Internet.
was designed to be the successor to MP3 and achieves better sound quality at similar bit rates. Today, AAC is the digital format of choice for portable music players (iPod, Zune), smartphones (BlackBerry, iPhone), and gaming systems (Wii, PSP).
is a popular AAC container format. M4A
is an alternative MP4 extension introduced by Apple for iTunes audio files.
is a container format introduced by Macromedia to deliver video over the Intenet using Flash Player. Today, FLV is the format of choice for embedding video on the web (YouTube, Google Video, Reuters) and on many desktops as well. F4V
is emerging as the successor to FLV and achieves better quality at similar bit rates.
*FLV and F4V audio channels only. FLV and F4V video channels are gracefully ignored by litePlayer.