AudioFileType Fields

The AudioFileType type exposes the following members.

Fields
  NameDescription
Public fieldStatic memberAac
AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) refers to digital audio coding standard that represent audio files based on lossy audio compression. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberAc3
A file with a .ac3 extension is an Audio Codec 3 file, introduced by Dolby Laboratories. It is an audio format that can contain up to six channels of audio output. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberAiff
The AIFF (Audio Interchange File Format) is an uncompressed audio file format developed by Apple in 1998, but is based on EA IFF 85 Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberFlac
FLAC(Free Lossless Audio Codec) is a lossless compression audio coding format developed by Xiph.Org Foundation Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberM4a
The M4A file format is an audio file created by using the AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) which is known as a lossy compression. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberMp3
Files with .mp3 extension are digitally encoded file formats for audio files that are formally based on the MPEG-1 Audio Layer III or MPEG-2 Audio Layer III. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberOgg
OGG is an Ogg Vorbis Compressed Audio File that is saved with the .ogg extension. OGG files are used for storing audio data and can include artist and track information and metadata as well. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberWav
WAV, known for WAVE (Waveform Audio File Format), is a subset of Microsoft’s Resource Interchange File Format (RIFF) specification for storing digital audio files. Learn more about this file format here.
Public fieldStatic memberWma
A file with .wma extension represents an audio file that is saved in the Advanced Systems Format (ASF) format. Learn more about this file format here.
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