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Lets Get A Bit Technical
If you’re asking why the windows 8.1 audio app gives a M4A extension, here’s the answer: ” M4A is the file extension for MPEG-4 Audio, the audio part of your MPEG-4 videos.
Apple has used the M4a (small “a”) designation for several of the low-loss audio formats it’s sold for years at the iTunes Store.
Maniac Tools’ Free M4a to MP3 Converter does what its name indicates: it converts M4a, AAC, 3GP, and MP4 Audio files to MP3s (or WAVs) that are compatible with most media players and portables. Continue reading Frassadys Make Money At Home Blog-Lets Get A Bit Technical