AIFF (The Lost Codec)
I just realized tonight that AIFF supports ID3 tagging for metadata unlike its evil popular twin Wav. I wonder why wav became some predominant?
wav has pictures of aiff in compromising positions with flac.
Originally Posted by TV's Frink
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Good question though. Probably the same reason that Betamax failed. Dumb luck.
You're an adult. Just cope.
Lol. Nice one Frink. Must be... AIFF is a dirty little whore. And she even has a place to store her dirty little pictures.
The photos are very, VERY risqué.
Because wav is more pc based while aiff is more native to the mac. It is a PC world and wav took over-- Though most of every pc app for music I have ever seen will import or save in that format. In some cases you can just rename one to the other and it wil lwork for whatever just fine
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