What is avchd?
The AVCHD file format, short for Advanced Video Coding High Definition, is a high-definition video file that is a file-based format for digital recording and the playback of HD video. The AVCHD format was introduced in 2006 by Sony and Panasonic for the use in HD camcorders and is a consumer alternative to the HDV format. However, the playback of the AVCHD format is not supported by all Blu-ray players since it is not part of the Blu-ray disc specification.
What is qt?
A QT file is a movie file that can be opened by Apple Inc.’s QuickTime or a differente media player with a QuickTime plugin. A QT movie clip has been developed for files that are created, edited, published and viewed for QuickTime. It primarily contains video data, but may also contain graphics, 3D and VR content. MIME: video/quicktime, audio/aiff, audio/x-wav, video/flc
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