RE: File types & Downloads
@burnout426 said in File types & Downloads:
Changing the extension of a file doesn't change its content. So, you can change extensions back and forth to whatever you want without harming the file content.
No, I can't.
While the file is undefined, I can choose to add an extension to its name, after which the system takes it "away" to hold it as the file's type determination and it is no longer in its name. I can neither change it back nor to another file type.
Theoretically, MPC could "save as" to another type, but upon such trying I found it either taking too long or failing to proceed, not sure...
CtrlJ doesn't work in MPC, but I found some properties.
For an undefined audiofile:
Audio: MPEG Audio Layer 3 48000Hz stereo 320kbps [Audio].
For a "Film" type "audio only" file:
Audio: MPEG Audio Layer 3 44100Hz stereo 192kbps [Audio].
For an undefined videofile:
Video: MPEG4 Video (H264) 428x240 25.00fps [Video] Audio: AAC 22050Hz stereo 705kbps [Audio].
MPEG mean "mp3"?
The "film" type might manifest in an "avi" extension. What extension would manifest this "Video recording" type? It's used by the Windows MovieMaker.