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Postby panterica on Sun Aug 29, 2004 6:19 pm

i'm using windows media player to put songs on to the computer but it puts them at 64kpbs. does anyone know how i can copy songs and have them at higher quality?
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Postby cfitz on Sun Aug 29, 2004 6:42 pm

Are you ripping from CD? If so, there are many, many different programs that will let you rip with no compression or with better compression than what you are getting. Here are a couple:



I think the first one is easier to use for novices.

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Postby Bhairav on Sun Aug 29, 2004 11:56 pm

^^Use EAC with LAME, pretty much the best sound quality out there for MP3s,IMO.
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Postby kotrtim on Mon Aug 30, 2004 4:22 am

I think Its better to choose MPEG-4 AAC by Apple
Its free!
Just download iTunes and you'll get them for free


dbpoweramp music converter

and then download the plugin that will link the converter to Nero AAC
http://www.dbpoweramp.net/codecs/dBpowe ... ro-mp4.exe

since you are in CDR forum, I consider u use Nero......

Both Nero and Apple has the best MPEG-4 AAC codec
they can easily beat lame 320kbps!
AAC can handle sharp attacks much better mp3
AAC can handle surround material much better than mp3

this is what i read in most fora
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Postby panterica on Mon Aug 30, 2004 10:16 am

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