This video is an overview of a format most often found in Apple Music. It is there due to Digital Rights Management, or DRM, and discusses where you might use it.
- [Instructor] In this exercise,…we're gonna take a look at an odd video format,…and you'll usually encounter it if you are a Mac user.…So the odds are pretty good that you've encountered…a video or audio file with the M4V extension.…You may also have come across this format…when using a smartphone or DSLR to record a video.…Naturally, you may have wondered what's with that.…The M4V file format was developed by Apple…and is a version of the MP4 format.…
A video or audio file sporting this extension…is an MPEG-4 video file or is sometimes…regarded as an iTunes video file.…This should give you an idea as to their use.…You will most likely come across this file type…if you download movies, TV shows, or music videos…from the iTunes store.…So why did Apple create this format?…Most M4V files are protected using DRM,…Digital Rights Management, to prevent…unauthorized distribution, or in more direct terms, piracy.…
These DRM-protected files can only be played…on a computer that has been authorized…with a valid Apple ID to play through iTunes.…
- Key video formats used to publish on the web
- Encoding video that's optimized for online delivery
- HTML5 native video embedding and interaction
- Styling video components with CSS
- Captioning video
- Preparing video for social media
- Using Dynamic Link
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1. Web Video Formats
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