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AAC (Advanced Audio Coding)

Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) is a commonly used audio compression codec developed by MPEG. It is the most commonly supported audio codec and is available in every major browser and device. There are two common versions of AAC: AAC-LC (Low complexity) and AAC-HE (High Efficiency).

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