APE (Monkey’s Audio) is a lossless audio file format released in 2000 by Matthew T. Ashland. Because it’s a lossless sound format, it doesn’t lose data during compression, unlike other standard formats like AAC, MP3, and Vorbis. However, Monkey’s Audio is available on PC only. To play APE on Mac OS X and Linux, you’ll need a third-party plugin like JRiver Media Center.
M4V is a digital video container format developed by Apple Inc. It is pretty similar to the popular MP4 in terms of structure, but M4V files can sometimes be DRM protected. Today, M4V is the primary video format for iTunes Store videos and can multiplex together multiple audio and video data.
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