Real Media is one of the most popular formats for streaming content on the Internet, RealMedia includes the RealAudio codec for sound clips and RealVideo codec for movies. RealAudio and RealVideo files are often given the common RealMedia ".RM" file extension. RealMedia files are often heavily compressed so they can stream over dial-up Internet connections. View RM to MPEG/AVI Converter.
RealMedia is a multimedia container format created by RealNetworks. It is typically used in conjunction with RealVideo and RealAudio and is popular for streaming content over the internet. Support is now available in a wide variety of multimedia players.
RMVB stands for Real Media Variable Bitrate.
RealVideo is a streaming video format developed by RealNetworks. RealVideo is probably the most popular streaming video format in the world, although its quality is horrible if you compare it to MPEG4-based formats like DivX or WMV.