Mp3 is now the most accepted music file format. Prior to this, it was only with the mp3 player called Winplay3 in 1995 that the music files of mp3 format that could be rested with computers could be rested on a music player like Walkman.
Mp3 Technology h2>
Prior to Mp3 technology, music files had to be quite large in size to be able to have a high quality sound. Although the compression techniques used reduced the file size, they caused a lot of noise in the quality of the sound. Before the development of mp3, music files were mostly in WAV format. In waw format, the sound quality was high, but the sound files of a few seconds occupied a few megabytes of space.
For this reason, the need to obtain audio files with a high compression ratio and the most degraded quality loss has emerged. In this context, many companies have formed working groups.
A Brief History of the Mp3 Player h2>
The German company Fraunhofer-Gesellshaft employees Bernd Kurten, Karl-Heinz Brandenburg, Bernhard Grill, Thomas Sporer and Ernst Eberlein. The Fraunhofer Company also tried to make mp3 players but they were not successful. In 1997 the MP3 Playback Engine AMP was invented by Tomislav Uzelac. But it did not gain commercial value. But a few months later, Dmitry Boldyrev and Justin Frankel brought AMP technology into Windows. As a result, a small, free mp3 player called Winamp was born. Ease of use made Winamp very popular. In the 90s, almost every computer had a Winamp. Winamp’s success in windows operating system has made the mp3 files in support of Windows Media Player, the built-in media player of Windows.
Portable Mp3 Players h2>
it was that the companies started to make portable mp3 players. One of the first of these devices was MPMan, which was put on the market in 1998 by SaeHan Information Systems in South Korea. He watched Rio PMP300. In 1999, Compaq drove to the PJB 100 market, which can store up to 1200 songs.
In October of 2001, Apple introduced the iPod. iPod revolutionized the disk capacity and gained the lead with a 5 GB capacity, a smaller size and an easy-to-use interface than other mp3 players.
Mp3 is now standardized. The iPod (and its competitors) brought playback of video files alongside music files in later versions.
In 2003, mp3 players and mobile phones were combined for the first time. People are now able to listen to mp3 songs on their mobile phones and use them as ringtones.