The Advanced Authoring Format (AAF) is a professional file interchange format designed for the video post-production and authoring environment. It was created by the Advanced Media Workflow Association. The AMWA develops specifications and technologies to facilitate the deployment and operation of efficient media workflows, working closely with standards bodies like the SMPTE.
Is a media format designed for creating good quality video with resolution of 352x240 on 1.5 Mb/s flow. Now the standard MPEG-1, which belongs to the format supports a resolution of 4K. Resolution mpg is different from the rest of the MPG format family due to its maximum compatibility: files can be run on any PC or DVD-player.