thank you very much.. but does it save space? i don't think it specified on wikipediaSee:
Easier than repeating it.
Although it improves on certain things over MP3, it really depends on what you want. If all of your devices support AAC, then go for it. But if you have something that only supports MP3, you may want to stick with that format to retain compatibility.
It depends.thank you very much.. but does it save space? i don't think it specified on wikipedia
lossy is a form of compression. Take mp3's for example. A lot of the data you won't even be able to hear. Say the very high and the very low. Mp3's will take out those sounds that most can barely hear anyway in cheap headphones. Lossless is the other type of format. This is like a zip file. A zip cannot lose any information as every bit is important to the final output unlike mp3. Zip just use special algorithms too compress the data but not lose any. I hope that helpsWhat does lossy mean?