Which sound formats does the Moovly Studio editor support?

Which sound formats does the Moovly Studio editor support?

Understand which sound formats are supported (Moovly Studio)

Moovly allows you to work with all kinds of sounds and to synchronize them with the animations of your graphical objects. The following formats are currently supported by Moovly: MP3, WAV, AIFF, M4A, AAC, OGG and FLAC.

Although each audio file is converted upon uploading, we preserve the original audio quality as much as possible.

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