You’ve probably noticed that different video files have different formats. Why are there so many different video file formats? Because these formats were originally designed for different purposes. Some formats can store multiple audio tracks and subtitles, while other file formats do not. Some formats are more suitable for broadcasting, while others are more suitable for editing. Video recordings file formats determine the structure of the video, i.e. reflect exactly how the file is stored on any storage medium. Currently, there are a huge number of different video file formats, and sometimes it can be quite difficult to understand their features. Now let’s take a look at the most common recordings video file formats. MKV (Matroska) is a container that can contain video, audio, subtitles, and more. This format can contain various types of subtitles and supports adding multiple audio tracks to a video file. WebM is an open format proposed by Google as a replacement for the H.264 / MPEG4 standard and my video recordings are often saved in this format. Both of these formats are used in a Fintest Pro which makes it an extremely convenient tool for recording your screen.

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