Is a media data format created by Apple. Named 'Quicktime' and is opened by a program with the same name. This format contains several tracks, each of which can store audio, video or text. Supported by a large number of encodings and in a single file, each element can use its own codec.
is a standard for storing audio files in Apple operating systems. It was developed in 1988 based on the IFF format and is a lossless format - audio data is stored in an uncompressed form. In essence, AIFF is an analog to WAV for the Apple Macintosh platform.