3GP vs. MP4 – How do They Differ?

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If you’re part of the not-so-young generation, you should be well acquainted with the 3GP format.  What is this file format anyway? How does it differ to MP4? And which one’s better? Find out all the answers below.

What is 3GP?

3GP is a container format much like MP4 with more focus on low storage and bandwidth requirements. Just like MP4, 3GP also supports variable bit rate and frame rate.… Read the rest

MKV vs. MP4 – Which One is Better for Your Video

 

When you download video files, often times the files will have .mkv or .mp4 extensions. As a matter of fact, it seems that these two are the dominant file types where ever you look. What’s with these two? Are they dominating the video world because they’re that good? How do these two compare?

MKV vs. MP4

First, let it be clear and both MP4 (MPEG-4 Part 14) and MKV (Matroska Video) are NOT video compression formats.… Read the rest

What’s The Difference Between MP4 And MPEG-4

There are so many different video files and video container formats out there, it’s easy to lose track of them all. Most of the time, you can tell them apart rather easily, but what if they are named almost identically.

MP4 and MPEG-4 (or MPEG4) are two formats that are easily confused with each other. They seemingly only differ by two letters. Yet, there is more that differentiates those two entities.… Read the rest