What is MPG

MPEG formats are commonly used as multimedia medium. MPEG media formats typically use MPEG-1, MPEG-2, and MPEG-4 AVC are older formats famously used for media coding while MPEG-2 systems transport streams and program streams.

What is MP4

MP4 stands for MPEG-4 Part 14. It is a digital multimedia container format most commonly used to store video and audio, but other data such as subtitles and still images can also be stored in MP4. As a modern container formats, it allows streaming over the Internet.

Convert MPG to MP4

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Converting MPG to MP4 is free and easy to use. We also offer fast downloads for the newly converted files.

How to Convert MPG to MP4 Online

Follow these quick steps to convert a MPG to MP4 online:

Step 1

Upload your MPG

Upload your MPG file through the upload media pane above. You can drag and drop any MPG file into the drop zone, or choose a file from your online drives such as Google Drive, Dropbox and more.

Step 2

Download MP4 File

Once the conversion is done you can download new MP4 file onto your computer. From here you may choose to convert another file or try our other File Conversion Tools.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Our conversion tool will help you convert MPG to MP4 without download or installing any software. You can convert online in any browser.

Our conversion tools are great if you want a quick and easy way to convert your MPG files to MP4 in your web browser.

Converting MPG to MP4 is fast and efficient. Instant result is expected for most files.

The fact that AVI does not support the HEVC/H.265 or VP9 ultra HD codecs is a significant distinction between AVI and MP4. AVI files can be in HD or FULL HD. MP4 is capable of holding 4k Ultra High definition (UHD), Full HD, and HD files because it supports the HEVC/H.265 or VP9 standards.

One of the most common video formats we use to upload videos to YouTube is MP4. With its high compression rate, we can upload longer video lengths and higher quality. In addition, we will need less time to upload the video.

The Moving Pictures Experts Group develops specification standards for audio and video compression and conversion, while both MPG and MP4 are included. MP4 is a more commonly used video format in our daily works, while MPG is usually used for streaming DVD content. For the supported codecs, MPG only support using the MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 standards, while there are more choices for MP4, such as H.256.

As MPG only support encoded in MPG using the MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 standards, there are lots of limitation. For example, MPG cannot further compress its file size with other modern video codecs. Moreover, the quality of the video will also be limited by it.

MP4 supports high compression, so we can have a smaller file size with the same quality as other video formats. In addition, MP4 is compatible with many media players and we can play it smoothly on different devices.

MP4 can be played with many media players, including the default players for Windows and Mac. We can also play them with most media players in our phones, as well as the media players in the App Store and iTunes.

Although the standard filename extension of MP4 is .mp4, there are some special case. One of the common extension is .m4p, which is for copy-protected audio file from iTunes Music Store. We can only play those file through iTunes.