About the .video Format
The .video format is a file extension created by aTube Catcher Video, which is a tool compatible with Windows. The program helps you download video files off YouTube and other famous video streaming sites. The .video files are created when you set the aTube Catcher’s “Output Profile” to only get the original file without conversion to a different video format. Save streaming videos onto your computer. To download a video using aTube Catcher from a streaming service supported by the software, click the “Download videos” tab, copy the video’s URL address, which appears in the browser bar and paste it into the URL field of aTube Catcher. Open the “Format” menu and select “No Conversion” to retrieve the original .video format. Click the “Download” button and choose the format and resolution of the video you want to download. aTube Catcher saves your video files into the Windows Video folder. You can change the settings by clicking “Save as” and selecting the “Edit output folder.”
How to Open .video
You can open .video file with the VLC player or Windows Media Player. If your media application won’t open the .video file, right-click on the file and select “Open with.”
An M4A file is a MPEG-4 audio extension file. You’ll often find them in the iTunes store because the format is for audio downloads. Most M4A comprise a lossy AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) codec to decrease the file’s size. But some M4A files utilize the Lossless Audio codec (ALAC). The M4A is the successor of MP3 files, which weren’t originally made for audio-only outputs, but were layer 3 in a MPEG 1 or 2 files. So, M4A essentially means MPEG 4 Audio. Compared to MP3 files, the quality of M4A files is superior and the file’s size is reduced. You’ll notice that the sound of M4A files is better compared to MP3s when they’re encoded at identical bit rates. The compression of M4A files is based on perception, as the sound quality is only lost at a minimum level. The M4A file has smaller sample blocks of 128 compared to 192 for transient signals, which allows for more accurate details. In stationary signals, the file has larger block sizes of 960 or 1024 compared to the MP3’s 576 blocks.
How to Open M4A
You can open an M4A file with QuickTime, iTunes, or Windows Media Player. But some media players will only access and play the M4A file when you rename it to MP4.
How to Convert Video to M4A
To convert .video to M4A use this free online audio converter. Select the .video file from your PC and upload it to our free online audio converter using the browser. Select the M4A destination file format. And download the converted M4A file to your computer. With our free converter, you can upload and download files to and from the converter in the safest conditions possible. Enjoy your M4A file now! Our online converter will transform your .video files into M4A in no time!