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How to open a file with .AAC extension?

File Type : MPEG-2 Advanced Audio Coding File
Compatible with (Win10, Win8, Win7, Vista and WinXP)

You'll need a new app to open this .AAC file

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What is .AAC file extension?

Compressed audio file similar to a .MP3 file, but offers several performance improvements; examples include a higher coding efficiency for both stationary and transient signals, a simpler filterbank, and better handling of frequencies above 16 kHz; maintains quality nearly indistinguishable from the original audio source. Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) is the default encoding used by Apple iTunes and the iTunes Music Store. NOTE: While the ".aac" extension is sometimes used for AAC-encoded files, they are typically saved with an .M4A file extension.
You can see a list of software programs here on easyfileopener.org that can open this file type so that you don’t need to search for it on the web. You can then open your file with this extension using a software listed below.

Software that can be used to open AACfiles:

  • Adobe Audition CC
  • Xilisoft Video Converter Ultimate
  • Media Player Classic
  • Apple iTunes
  • RealNetworks RealPlayer Cloud
  • Nullsoft Winamp
  • VideoLAN VLC media player
  • Applian Replay Converter
  • MPlayer
  • Roxio Creator NXT Pro 3
  • Adobe Audition CC
  • Apple iTunes
  • RealNetworks RealPlayer Cloud
  • VideoLAN VLC media player
  • MPlayer
  • Roxio Toast 12
  • RealNetworks RealPlayer Cloud
  • VideoLAN VLC media player
  • MPlayer
  • XMMS with AAC plugin