What is MP4 Format?
MPEG-4 part 14 or Moving Pictures Expert Group 4 is commonly used for sharing videos on the web. It was introduced in 1998 by Moving Pictures Expert Group that sets the standards for audio and video streaming. It uses separate compressions for audio and video. Videos are compressed using the codecs like MPEG-4 or H.264 and audio is compressed using AAC. This can contain both video and subtitles.
MP4 is based on Apple’s Quicktime file format. it is available both on your mobile and online streaming and can be accessed directly on Windows and Mac, unlike other formats. MP4 has a high level of compression, where the quality of the video is not compromised. The size is small and the quality is also good. It is also good for streaming videos online.