Fri Jun 10 01:01:09 CEST 2011
Media Player Classic a major media player on the Windows platform refers =
alac as .alac for its extension association:
A random site claiming what Windows apps support ".alac" files.
Synidcated file extension sites say "Sometimes have Apple Lossless Audio
Codec audio files file extension ALAC, but the native file extension is
I think way back at the very start of 3rd party alac support some files =
getting named .alac, I cant find any reference to current applications
creating .alac files.
I wouldn't suggest there is a huge amount of them in the wild, but .alac
files do exist :)
From: Luk=E1=B9 Lalinsk=FD [mailto:lalinsky at gmail.com]=20
Sent: Sunday, 12 June 2011 8:05 PM
To: taglib-devel at kde.org
Subject: Re: Properties of ALAC in mp4
2011/6/12 Brett Hoyle <kickbits at gmail.com>:
> ALAC files at some time used the file extension ".alac" I think it=20
> would be best if fileref.cpp allows a mp4 file to have the extension
Hm, which applications use that extension?
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