MPEG-4, better known as MP4, is a multimedia container format largely used to distribute videos over the web and to store video and audio data.
Unlike other multimedia containers, each element of MP4 is differently compressed: the video uses MPEG-4 encoding and the audio stream is encoded using the AAC compression algorithm.
Currently, the MP4 multimedia format is supported by many multimedia players and MP4 files can be easily created by converting other video files to this particular format.
Users will also be able to customize the bit and sample rate for their original videos before converting them to the MP4 format.
Additionally, MP4 creators can also be used to quickly trim or cut videos, or to adjust their brightness and contrast.