MP4 VS FLV
Compare MP4 with FLV video formats
The MPEG-4 video format uses separate compression for audio and video tracks. Video is compressed with MPEG-4 video encoding. Audio is compressed using AAC compression, the same type of audio compression used in .AAC files.
FLV is the format for Flash video files. Supported from version 7, FLV is now the preferred format for delivering video clips via Flash.
- 1. FLV is a wrapper, generally has On2 VP6 inside.
- 2. MP4 is a wrapper, usually has H.264 inside.
- 3. The two are not related except both are video codecs (technically, MPEG4 includes DIVX and XVID as well)
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