Audio format developed by the Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NNT Labs); uses transform-domain weighted interleaved vector quantization to compress audio data; can be encoded in 80, 96, 112, 128, 160, and 192 kbps bitrates.
Dolby Digital film format, developed for encoding audio tracks for films. It supports up to 6 audio channels: left, right, front, rear, upper and lower. Because of this, it allows you to store “3-dimensional” audio tracks. It’s widely used both in movie theaters and by the users themselves for storing audio tracks in film libraries at home.