Thanks for releasing V4! It’s really handy for me to directly open DVD VTS files in TrakAxPC Pro without first having to convert them to MP4 files.
I post audio and video files on a website for people to view and download. The files are actually hosted on archive.org and the links are posted on my website. People viewing my website can click the audio and video files and they will stream from archive.org.
My question is now that you have eliminated the mp3 file type what audio file type should I use that will play with people’s Windows Media Player and will also work when downloaded to a MP3 player or an ipod? The mp3 file format was good because it played all three ways listed above. I read the answer about m4a being better, becoming more popular than mp3, etc. but Windows Media Player won’t play it and I can’t expect a website visitor to go looking for a codec pack to add the capability.