MKV (Matroska video File) is a video container format that supports more than one audio and subtitle tracks at the same file. It is based on Extensible Binary Meta Language. It supports several video and audio compression formats. The difference between MKV file types with most other video extensions is that it is a container, not a codec.
M4A is an audio file format that is very similar to MP4. It is a proprietary file format of Apple. iTunes store contains the audios as M4A format. It uses MPEG-4 codec to contain audio files. One of the basic differences between M4A and MP4 is M4A does not contain videos like MP4.
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