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ATRAC (Adaptive TRansform Acoustic Coding) is the collective name for audio compression technologies
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* Product overview: http://www.sony.net/Products/ATRAC3/overview/index.html#family
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* Developer's interview: https://www.sony.net/Products/ATRAC3/special/developers01.html
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ATRAC ('''A'''daptive '''TR'''ansform '''A'''coustic '''C'''oding) is the collective name for audio compression technologies
 
developed by [[Sony]].
 
developed by [[Sony]].
  
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* [[ATRAC3plus]]
 
* [[ATRAC3plus]]
 
* ATRAC Advanced Lossless (AAL)
 
* ATRAC Advanced Lossless (AAL)
 
An overview of this product family can be found here: http://www.sony.net/Products/ATRAC3/overview/index.html#family
 
  
 
ATRAC-compressed audio is usually stored in [[Microsoft_Wave|WAV]]/[[Microsoft_Audio/Video_Interleaved|AVI]], [[RealMedia|RM]] and [[Oma|Oma/Omg]] containers.
 
ATRAC-compressed audio is usually stored in [[Microsoft_Wave|WAV]]/[[Microsoft_Audio/Video_Interleaved|AVI]], [[RealMedia|RM]] and [[Oma|Oma/Omg]] containers.

Revision as of 06:56, 29 November 2018


ATRAC (Adaptive TRansform Acoustic Coding) is the collective name for audio compression technologies developed by Sony.

This codec family includes the following codecs today:

ATRAC-compressed audio is usually stored in WAV/AVI, RM and Oma/Omg containers.