Turn An Animated GIF Into A Video [Tutorial]

Animated GIF To Video

That we can turn short snippets of movies and video clips to animated GIF is a known fact. If you want to know hos this works, check out our movie to animated GIF tutorial!

Today, however, we want to talk about the reverse of this. Animated GIFs can be turned (back) into video clips as well. Let us first have a look at why you’d want to do that and then jump right into the tutorial.


What you need:


Turn An Animated GIF Into A Video


Why would I want this?

One of the main and probably most crucial reasons is that many social sharing sites do not support animated GIFs. And if, they only allow uploads of a certain file size.

Instagram and Facebook, for example, do not support animated GIFs to be shown. You can upload them, but all you will see is the first frame, no animation. Social blogging sites like Tumblr have a restriction in both image dimension and file size when it comes to uploading animated GIFs. Files over 1 MB or larger than a height or width of 500 px can not be uploaded. Or they also show up as still images.

Read more about how to upload animated GIFs on Instagram.

In order to still share your favorite animated GIF, you can easily convert it to video. Video clips are supported by most if not all social media platforms. Thus, the format provides a great way to share your animated GIF.


The Tutorial

Whether you need your GIF converted for the reasons mentioned above or your own personal needs, let’s have a look at how this is done. Just two more things I want to add before we start.

  • The conversion is an online service. That means that you won’t have to download or install anything. Perfect for mobile usage.
  • For smaller files (100 MB and smaller), this service is completely for free!


Now, lets start!

  1. Go to video.online-convert.com/convert-to-mp4.
    Of course you could also choose another video converter, however MP4 is the one format supported by the most platforms, websites and players.
  2. Upload the animated GIF you want to convert. We used an atmospheric GIF of the irish countryside from Giphy.
    There are three ways to do so: Upload from your hard drive, entering a link and uploading it from Google Drive or Dropbox
  3. Click on “Convert File” at the bottom of the form.
  4. After a little while you will be redirected to the download page.
    The download of your video will start automatically. Depending on your browser and setting, it will immediately download it or ask you for permission and a download location.

Now you have it, your video-turned GIF! This short video clip can now be uploaded to Facebook, Instagram or any other page that did not support your GIF before. And, of course, you can use it for other purposes as well now. Our video can be watched above. Coincidentally, the GIF was too big to upload. 😅

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What’s The Difference Between Baud Rate And Bitrate?

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When talking about video and audio conversion, we have oftentimes stumbled across the mention of bitrate. It plays a big role in the quality of audio or video files and the compression of both respectively.

Does Bit Rate Matter? Test Yourself With These Audio Samples!

However, when you try to read up on different rates, you may have also stumbled upon a similar term: baud rate.


In order for you not to confuse these two, lets have a look at the differences between baud rate and bitrate.


The Difference Between Baud Rate And Bitrate

Formerly, both terms had actually been used interchangeably. At that time, data transmitted was measured both in symbols and bits where one symbol could only contain one bit. Nowadays, however, there has to be a distinction made between the two since symbols can contain more than one bit.

In short, using the terms from above, bitrate and baud rate can be differentiated as such:

  • Bitrate: measures number of transmitted bits
  • Baud rate: measures number of transmitted symbols


Hence, while bitrate and baud rate could be used interchangeably in the past due to their same size, they can differ in size by now. The bitrate, depending on the number of bits contained in a symbol, can thus be higher than the baud rate.


Another factor that differentiates those two is the limitations. Both are limited by the bandwidth available for the transmission. This maximal bandwidth depends on the media being used. However, since the bitrate can surpass the baud rate, it can still be higher than the maximal baud rate for the available bandwidth. The bit rate can thus be increased without having to increase either baud rate or bandwidth.



Function Unit Size
Bitrate measures number of bits transmitted per second bit(s) can be higher than baud rate and bandwidth
Baud rate measures the number of symbols transmitted per second symbol(s) containing one or more bits is limited by bandwidth

The Perfect Format To Embedded Videos On A Website

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Embedding videos into a website is common practice for many different purposes. Online shops show a more detailed view or usage video for their products. Gurus from different areas present their how-to videos on their webpages. And some companies simply want to incorporate a small company portrait or introduction on their website.

As diverse as the purposes are the ways to embedd a video on your homepage. And for the different ways, you need different video formats. Read more to find out how you can easily get the video in the format you need with the help of Online-Convert.com.


Video Formats For Embedding Videos On Websites

Following, we will have a quick look at the most common way(s) to embed a video on your homepage. Note that we will only look at ways that embed a video that you host on your own server. Embedding YouTube videos will not be discussed here.


Ways To Embed A Video

Most online sources will advice you to use either the <video>, <object> or <embed> tag. We will not make any comments about which method is the best or, even more important, the best suited for you. This is something you have to decide for yourself based on your needs and the browsers and versions you want to support.

Following is an example how the embedding of a video using the <video> tag may look like:

<video id="0" width="800px" height="450px" controls>
 <source src="/video/video.mp4" type="video/mp4">
<source src="/video/video.ogv" type="video/ogg" codecs="theora, vorbis">
<source src="/video/video.webm" type="video/webm">
<p>If you can't view this video, your browser does not support HTML5 videos.</p>

As you can see, the code contains the same video, but in different formats. This is to provide the maximum browser support possible. For example, both Internet Explorer and Safari do not suppport WEBM or OGV videos.

Using the <object> tag, other video formats such as WMV can be embedded as well.


Concluding, which formats do you need your video to be in for it to be supported in as many browsers as possible?

  • MP4
  • WEBM
  • (WMV)


Convert Your Video Into The Format You Need

That doesn’t mean that you have to save your video in all these different formats though. In case you got the video from a professional or someone’s camera, you only have it available in one format. Depending on the camera and video editing software, this can be either MOV, WMV, MP4 or another video format.

And they can all be easily converted in the formats you need using an online video converter.


1. Go to http://online-convert.com and choose the video converter you need:

2. Upload your video via the “Upload file” button, from Dropbox or Google Drive, or via a URL


3. Click on “Convert File”. Depending on the size of your video, this may take a while. On the next page, you can download your video (in Chrome the download may start automatically).

4. Embed your video on your homepage!


Further links:

One Day In A Virtual World

HTC Vive

Over the past years, the sector of “virtual reality” has been growing tremendously. A growing number of companies is devoting themselves to the development of software and hardware for “virtual reality” devices.

In the following blog article, we’ll introduce you to the HTC Vive in particular, but also some alternative VR devices.

General Information About The HTC Vive

The HTC Vive was developed in cooperation between HTC and Valve with the goal of developing a set of VR glasses for entertainment. They have a resolution of 2160 x 1200 pixels and an update rate of 90Hz.

A front camera integrated in the device enables the insertion of physical objects into the virtual world. Furthermore, the Vive has several, integrated sensors as well as two base stations that enable 360° motion tracking. This is possible thanks to the “Lighthouse” technology developed by Valve. In order to interact with the objects in the virtual world, the HTC Vive comes with two hand-held controllers that are equipped with sensors for motion tracking as well.

For maximal comfort, the Vive has adjustable straps for the head as well as replaceable foam material padding. It is said to be convenient for most wearer of glasses.

Testing The HTC Vive

We tested the VR glasses with a game called “The Lab” that has been developed for virtual reality. Donning the Vive, you step into another world. The controllers function as your virtual hands an operated, at least during our test, flawlessly. When looking around, nothing is juddering and you can move freely in your virtual “cage”. The 360Q view is working perfectly as well.

Before being able to use the Vive, the system with both base sensors has to be installed in the room. The space for it shouldn’t be bigger than 5 x 5 meters or 197 x 197 inches. Once this hurdle is taken, one has to put up with the cables of the VR glasses that oftentimes get in the way and thus slightly diminish the gaming experience. The weight of the glasses can become a bit annoying as well. Thanks to the foam material it doesn’t pinch, however you can still feel the weight.

Alternatives To The HTC Vive

The HTC Vive is, by far, not the only virtual reality device on the market. It’s biggest rival would be the Oculus Rift. Contrary to the Vive, however, the Oculus Rift was thought to be used while sitting or standing. It is not able to track motion in a larger space like the Vive does.

The same can be said about other VR glasses like the Playstation VR. One advantage of the Playstation VR, however, is its price. While you have to pay $ 600 for the Oculus rift and about $ 800 for the HTC Vive, the Playstation VR comes at a price of “just” $400. One has to take into account that the usage of a Playstation VR also requires a Playstation and controllers.

The Oculus Rift as well as the HTC Vive require a PC that can fulfill the high system requirements of the VR devices. Before getting such high priced VR glasses, it is thus advised to check if your PC or console is able to meet the technological requirements of a virtual reality device.

File Conversion Made Easy

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There are countless different kinds and types of files out there which is why file conversion made easy is so important. Whether they are audio, video, document, image or mobile files, the list is very long. In addition to so many kinds of files available, there are also a vast amount of formats.

The variation of audio formats alone are AAC, AIFF, FLAC, M4A, MP3, MP4. OGG, APUS, WAV and WMA. These are some of the most widely used and popular formats out there. The same goes for video, image, e-books and others. Dealing with all of these different file formats can be a problem for users.






File Conversion Problems


One of the challenges which many users face is being able to use certain kind of files. Depending on your computer or electronic device, the format of an audio, video or image file changes. There are certain formats which work very well with one kind of operating system. However, other formats don’t work as well or at all. This can be applied to video formats or images editing programs or software you may have. In a day and age where millions spend long periods of time on social media, the consequences are huge. If you want to send a file to a friend or share it with someone, you have to consider a few things first. For one, just because it opens up on your system, phone or device, it doesn’t mean it will work on theirs. Second, most social media sites have a file size limit on what you can send.


Check out How MP3 Files And Compression Works


Free File Conversion Tool


On the other hand, it could be you that has received a file in a format which your device or program doesn’t recognize. Yet you should wait before you go ahead and delete the file. Luckily, with the Free online file converter available here on Online Convert, all those problems are gone. No matter whether you have a video, audio, image or any other kind of file, our tool can convert it for you. All you have to do is choose the type of file – video, audio, image, hash, e-book and so on – and then choose the format. After selecting the format to which you want to convert the current file, hit the upload button. Before long, your file will be converted for you. Best of all, it is all done quick, easy and for free.


In a world with so many different kind of file formats, Online Convert is here to make things easy for you.

The Difference Between HD, HQ, SD And 4K

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When it comes to creating videos – as well as when you convert them – there are a lot of different video formats to choose from. They range from 3GP with a smaller file size and lesser quality, to big, high-quality files like AVI or MP4.

However, even when watching videos, there are different “formats” to choose from. When watching a video on YouTube, you can choose different quality formats, depending on your viewing pleasure and speed and strength of your internet connection.

YouTube Quality

In the picture above, you can see different video quality types like 240p, 1080p or 2160p. But what do these little red notes mean behind a quality option? In this example, you can see HD and 4K being an option for you to choose from. And to shed some light into this darkness, we will have a look at these quality standards today!

Especially when you are watching videos on a bigger screen – a TV or big monitor, for example, compared to a tablet or phone screen – the differences between the four most common video qualities become apparent. Lets have a look at the differences between SD, HD, HQ and 4K!


4K, HD, HQ, SD – What’s The Difference?

Following, we will list the specifications and information about each of the quality settings mentioned above. If you are interested in a quick overview, you can jump to the next headline for a neat table.



SD is the abbreviation of “Standard Definition”. As the name already suggests, it was the standard quality of movies and other videos for a long time.

The resolution of SD has long been measured using the vertical resolution of lines. In South and North America as well as some other countries like Japan, the typical resolution of SD is 480i (also referred to as 480p). In Europe, Africa, Australia and most of Asia, however, the resolution is 576i.

Compared to its successors, videos shot in SD appear in a far lower quality when watched on a big screen. When watching videos on a smaller screen (like a tablet or smartphone) the difference is not as striking. On a TV or bigger computer screen, however, an SD video appears in low quality.



HQ stands for “High Quality”. Contrary to the other qualities, when talking about a HQ movie, the screen resolution and thus the pixels per line do not play a role. High quality videos are defined by an increased bitrate which leads to an overall better quality of the pictures shown. This is, compared to SD. When comparing HQ videos to HD videos, the quality of HQ doesn’t quite hold up.

Thus, unofficially called HQ videos are rather a side note than a real measure for comparison in our case.



The most commonly known quality or screen resolution when talking about movies nowadays is HD. It stands for “High Definition” and the resolution of such videos is far better and higher than of SD videos. HD videos have a bigger file size when stored and require longer loading times when watching or streaming (e.g. on YouTube). Yet, they set out and succeeded over the SD format with most modern television and video playing devices being “HD-ready”, supporting movies filmed in HD.

The picture quality of HD is far more advanced compared to SD. Usually, all videos with more horizontal lines than SD can be considered HD. Yet, the typical resolutions are 720p and 1080p (also called “full HD”).




Last but certainly not least, lets have a look at 4K. 4K is the new kid in town and already one of the biggest players. Many filmmakers already shoot their movies in 4K for improved quality and thus more viewing pleasure. It’s already starting to be implemented in the manifacturing of newest television sets as well as some of them are already “4K-ready”. Still, 4K has not quite gained the popularity of the HD format just yet.

The 4K resolution is typically referred to as 2160p, however there are still two standards to distinguish from one another: DCI & UHD-1.

  • DCI is the standard used in filming movies and thus in cinemas. The typical resolution is 4096 x 2160 pixel
  • UHD-1 (or ultra-high-definition) is a standard for televisions and computers as well as video games. It is also the 4K standard used by YouTube and commonly has a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixel.



resolution  480i

from 640 x 480 pixel
to 852 x 480 pixel


from 480 x 576 pixel
to 768 x 576 pixel


from 1280 x 720 pixel
to 1366 x 768 pixel

1080p / 1080i

1920 x 1080 pixel


DCI: 4096 x 2160 pixel
UHD-1: 3840 x 2160 pixel

quality low quality high quality high quality very high quality
other  formerly used standard for movies, television and other hardware lesser known standard with higher image quality than SD new and wide spread standard for movies, television and hardware very high quality standard with different versions for cinema and home screening

How Video Converters Can Help Users Of Old/Cheaper Phones

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Nowadays, everyone and their mother own a smartphone. And why not. They are handy and versatile, allowing you to do so much more than just calling someone or sending a text.

Yet, not everyone is as “lucky” to own the newest iPhone or Samsung, Sony or HTC. For different reasons – financial, ethical, nostalgic – you may still be holding on to your old(er) phone or a cheaper alternative to the ones mentioned above. And that’s perfectly fine!

That also means that you do not have as many or as advanced features available as the users of the most modern phones. Especially watching videos on an older Apple or Android phone can become a hassle. On of our users, an owner of a cheaper phone, has brought our attention to the “life saving” abilities of our video converter:

“Nice one, i just want to take the time and thank you for the great service. As a poor guy with a cheap phone, downloading [removed] videos is useless without your service as the generated links are either too high in resolution or the correct res but with no audio. Online convert makes everything perfect :)”


Watch Videos On Cheaper/Older Phones

There are several ways how the different video converters of Online-Convert.com can help you watch videos on your phone. Lets check them out one by one.


1. Use A Format Designed For Mobile Devices

Certain video formats have been designed especially to cater to the needs of phones or other mobile devices with smaller screens. They are lower in file size as well as resolution, which unfortunately also comes with the loss of quality.

Converting your video to either 3G2 or 3GP will lower the file size significantly and allows you to play the video on many older phones.


2. Use A Video To Device Converter

At Online-Convert.com, we use special presets so you can easily convert videos for your phone, tablet or even gaming console. Using one of these converters will automatically choose a format and setting that is supported by your device.


3. Change The Resolution Of Your Video

The third way to easily make videos watchable on your phone is to change/lower the resolution of the video. This can easily be done using any of the online-convert.com video converters, however we suggest using a common and wide-spread format like MP4.



Other Great Features Useful For Cellphone Users

Now that you know the basic options you have, lets have a look at other features that facilitate watching videos on your cellphone.

Next to changing the resolution of your video, the optional settings given for the video converters provide you with even more options to lower the size of your video and thus enable your phone to process it better.


Relevant for mobile users are especially:

  • Video bitrate & Audio quality to lower the file size (and quality)
  • File size to lower exactly this
  • Cut video if you are interested in a particular part of a larger video
  • How To Make A Video File Smaller
  • Editing Videos using a Video Converter


Furthermore, you have various possibilities to get your file onto your phone.


If you have the file that’s not correctly supported by your phone already saved on it or the phone’s SD card, you can easily upload it using the “Choose File” button.

If you are downloading a video from a video platform like YouTube or Dailymotion, many programs and services provide you with a download link. That link can be directly pasted in the URL field of our video converter.

Of course you can also convert files you already have saved on a cloud storage like Dropbox or Google Drive.


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Save Photos & Videos From Instagram!

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Instagram is a great way to share photos and videos with your friends and other fans of your life, clothes, lifestyle or the great photos you take. And of course, others do that to! If you stumble across a great picture or video on your feed, you can admire it, like it, comment, or even send it forward to other Instagram users. But that’s about all you can do when it comes to sharing Instagram posts with other people.

But what if you want to share someone’s posts with your Facebook friends? Or save the image or video on your phone?

Usually, you would have to install yet another app to download and save photos and videos from Instagram. Do you really want that? Packing your phone with even more apps that, in most cases, also add features you don’t want or need or even ads? Also, if you are looking at Instagram profiles on a computer, taking a screenshot and cropping the image can become tedious as well. Let alone that you’d need a screen recorder to save the videos and even have to edit them afterwards to fit.

Luckily, there is a way easier way that doesn’t require any download, installation or payment!


Related Tutorials

If you are interested in saving WhatsApp voice massages, check out this article.

If you want to save a video from Facebook, this article may interest you.

If you want to save vines, check out this article.


Save Photos & Videos From Instagram!

With Online-Convert.com, saving and storing photos as well as videos from Instagram is easy and fast to do. And it doesn’t cost a thing! Following, we will show you how to do so directly from your smartphone.

For demonstration, we decided to use the lively Instagram profile from National Geographic.


How To Save Instagram Photos

First, lets have a look on how to save photos. For this, you’ll need to open both your Instagram app and a browser on your phone (we are using Chrome on an Android phone).


1. Open a picture on Instagram and tap on the three vertical dots.

2. Choose “Copy Share URL” to copy the URL of the post to your clipboard.

Save Image from Intsagram

3. Open your browser and go to Online-Convert.com.

4. Scroll down to find the “Image converter” and choose the format you want (we suggest either PNG or JPG).

Save Image from Intsagram

5. Paste the link from your clipboard into the URL field.

6. Scroll down and tap on “Convert file”.

Save Image from Intsagram

7. Wait until the conversion is done. We did this on an Android phone which means our file was automatically stored in the “Download” folder of our phone.

Save Image from Intsagram


How To Save Instagram Videos

Saving videos from Instagram results in an even better conversion as you will see below. Again, all you need is to open both your Instagram app and a browser.


1. Open a video on Instagram and tap on the three vertical dots.

2. Choose “Copy Share URL” to copy the URL of the video to your clipboard.

Save Videos from Instagram

3. Open your browser and go to Online-Convert.com.

4. Scroll down to find the “Video converter” and choose the format you want (3GP or 3G2 are optimized for mobile phones, but you can also choose MP4).

5. Paste the link from your clipboard into the URL field and scroll down to tap on “Convert file”.

Save Videos from Instagram

6. Wait until the conversion is done. We did this on an Android phone which means our file was automatically stored in the “Download” folder of our phone.

Here you can see the converted result.


The Differences Between Lossless And Lossy Compression

The Differences Between Lossless And Lossy Compression
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The amount of files and data a person can accumulate over a period of time, can quickly fill out their hard drives or cloud storage space. Because of that, many people have to look for ways to reduce the amount of space those files are taking up. Since deleting those files, is often not an option, resorting to file compression is another alternative. However, before you begin to convert your files, or compress them, you need to know about the methods available. In addition, when sharing files via email, messages or social media, being able to compress the files is crucial and beneficial. Not just for the person sending the files, but the for the person receiving them as well. This is why knowing the differences between lossless and lossy compression, is very important.  




File Compression


One of the best things about file compression, is that you can compress images, music or video files easily. In the day and age where there is so much information available on the internet, the amount of data we download, send, or save, can take up lots of space. Luckily, people can choose to compress their files as a means not only save space, but to make it easier to share those files as well. Still, when it comes to file compression, it is very important to know and understand the differences between the types of formats available. The reason for this is because choosing the wrong format, can end up rendering a file obsolete in several ways. For one, it can ruin the file’s original quality. Secondly, compressing it in the wrong format, can end up making the file size immensely larger.


Don’t miss reading about the many Dangers Of Downloading Free Files From The Internet


Lossless And Lossy Compression


So what are lossless and lossy compression, and what are the differences? Lossless and lossy compression are characterizations which are used to explicate the distinction between two file compression formats. One (lossless) allows for all of the original data to be recovered whenever the file is uncompressed again. The other (lossy) works differently since it ends up eliminating all the “unnecessary” bits and pieces of information in the original file to make it smaller when compressed. The question some people often ask is how can I choose between the two, or when? The answer to that question, largely depends on several factors. One, is the size and type of file you want to compress or convert. Secondly, the amount of space available, as well as the amount of space you want to save.


Lossy File Compression


While lossy file compression are mostly associated with image files, it can also be used for audio files. Files such as MP3s, MP4s, and AAC files, or images such as JPEGs, are usually compressed in the lossy format. Whenever you choose to compress a file using the lossy format, many of the redundant information in the files, are eliminated. Because of that, lossy compression tends to be used whenever people are reducing the size of a bitmap images, or other files. This does not mean that lossy file compression does not work very well when it comes to reducing and preserving files from their original state. In fact, an original image which has been compressed using lossy format, will retain about 80% of it’s original quality. For audio files, such as a MP3, the reduction of the original file can be reduced to about one tenth, while almost sounding identical.


Lossless File Compression


Unlike lossy file compression, using the lossless format can end up reducing a file’s size without any loss of the original quality. With new compression algorithms available now, lossless compressed files are preserved better than ever before. Using lossless compression to compress a file, will rewrite the data in the same manner as that of the original file. However, audio and image files compressed using lossless compression, will tend to be larger in size than that of lossy.


You may also want to check out – FAQ – What Is There To Know About Archive Files?


Choosing Between The Two


If you are trying to decide between which two methods to choose for compressing your files, the answer depends on several factors. If you are willing to accept minor losses of a file’s original quality as a means to compensate for saving space, then you can choose lossy compression. However, if you are not that really concerned about space, or want to keep your file in its original state, then lossless is your best option. Many experts agree that if you have the space, then going with lossless is recommended. The reasons for choosing to compress files using lossless compression are several. For one, after the file has been compressed using the lossless format, it can be restored or converted again back to the original state without any losses. In addition, lossless compression, allows the original data to be completely and fully reconstructed from the original compressed data afterwards.

In the end, choosing between the two also depends on the types of files as well as the space available. For photos, going with the lossy compression is an option. But for audio and video files, lossless is better.


All You Need To Know About Playlist & Project Files

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On Online-Convert.com we have noticed that some users are facing difficulties when it comes to certain files. While conversion of audio and video files is a piece of cake for us, some files uploaded by our users can not me converted to MP3, MP4 or AVI.

This is especially confusing when the users are able to open their files and play the videos or music contained on their home computer. In most cases, the reason for this is easily explained. Instead of uploading audio or video files, we are presented with project or playlist files that do not contain actual video or audio data.

We want to shed some light on the topic, so if you are interested in what playlist and project files are, read on!


Playlist Files

Playlist files can contain links to both audio and video files, bundling them up in a collection. The files are plain text files that contain information about the location of the files contained in the list. Thus, the files do not contain the actual songs, movies or episodes, but the local pathname or URL that points to where the file is stored on the web or your hard drive.

In short, this means that these files do not contain actual video or audio data but only a list where to find those files.


Popular playlist files are:

  • M3U: Media Playlist File
  • PLS: Audio Playlist
  • WPL: Windows Media Player Playlist
  • XSPF: XML Shareable Playlist Format



Project Files

Project files are similar to playlist files in that they do not contain any actual audio or video data. This is where the similarities end though.

These files are used to save your work in progress when editing either music or video clips. The files contain references to the used audio and video files as well as information about used effects, transitions, subtitles, images, graphics, annotations and more.


Popular media project files include:

Audio Editing Projects Video Editing Projects
  • AUP: Audacity Project File
  • BAND: GarageBand Project File
  • LOGIC: Logic Pro Project File
  • FCP: Final Cut Project
  • IMOVIEPROJ: iMovie Project File
  • MSWMM: Microsoft Windows Movie Maker Project File
  • PPJ & PRPROJ: Adobe Premiere Pro Project Files
  • VEG: Vegas Video Project
  • VEP: AVS Video Editor Project File
  • VPJ: VideoPad Video Editor Project File
  • WLMP: Windows Live Movie Maker


Shortcut Files

Shortcut files are also similar to playlist files. They reference a track or song somewhere on your computer or on a physical CD. Thus,they also do not contain any audio data but point to the location of a file on a CD or hard drive. Without the file stored at the exact same location, no audio data can be accessed.


Some of the more popular shortcut files include:

  • ASX: Microsoft ASF Redirector File
  • CDA: CD Audio Track Shortcut