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My MAC is used for DJing. I use a program called MegaSeg which is run through ITunes. All my songs are MP3 not AAC. I've run IVolume and MP3 Gain programs to eradicate the fluctuation problems and it's not working. I have the newest versions of ITunes and MegaSeg and all controls need to be selected for this issue are selected. Please HELP!!! Missy Music Director Baja Sharkeez missy@sharkeez.net 310-525-4999

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All you should have to do is click on edit within the top tool bar, then Select All. After doing that click on Advanced in the top tool bar and then select create AAC version.
If for some reason that should not work please do let me know.
I found that I had to delete the none AAC versions to rid my library of the un-needed duplicates. It was time consuming but worth it.

Posted on Feb 01, 2010

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Please write an email to the iVolume support team to get sure they see your question.
If iVolume crashes (or quits) on a song, then most probably this song is corrupt or non-standards-compliant and causes the used audio decoder to crash.
To solve the problem you can either delete the corrupt song or put it into a new group in iVolume whose adjustment mode you set to "Ignore".
You can identify a problematic song by looking into the log file that iVolume writes. Before analyzing each (new) song, iVolume writes the name and path into the log file.
On a Mac please open the file ~/Library/Logs/de.ivolume.log to look at the output of iVolume.
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Please note that iVolume analyzes multiple songs in parallel if your computer has multiple processor cores. So if there are e.g. 2 cores, the problematic song can be one of the last two songs listed in the log file.

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Music Fluctuations


Hi there, your best bet would be to contact MegaSeg directly and ask for technical support from them. (You have paid for professional software and they should be able to answer you quickly and easily).

To email them, use the address below:

sales@megaseg.com

There are many things which can affect the performance of music playback.

Try to be as specific as possible: (Fluctuates ? HOW ?) Volume varies ? Stops/Starts? This way they should be able to answer you specifically.

NOTE:

They have a FAQ page which lists solutions to commonly asked questions. If you wish to browse through other resolutions click the link below:

http://www.megaseg.com/faq.html

I hope this information is useful to you. Please rate. Regards,


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I have a MAC and it will recognise the sandisk m240 mp3 player. When you look under the finder tab it is there. But when I try to download songs from i tunes it won't work. Any ideas?


Hello,

Tranferring songs from iTunes to the m240 needs to be done in mp3 format. iTunes music in aac format should be converted to mp3.

Putting files in the mp3 format:
1. Using iTunes 7:
http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/275
2. using iTunes 8:
http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/1129

On next site follow the steps how to download mp3 files in iTunes proceeding from step 1:
http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/1141/kw/itunes/r_id/101834

Manual for m200 series players:
http://mp3support.sandisk.com/downloads/um/sansa-m200-um.pdf

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It's probably the wrong format,
"To convert a song's file format:
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    Windows: Choose Edit > Preferences.
    Mac: Choose iTunes > Preferences.
  2. Click the General button, then click the Importing Settings button in the second section of the window.
  3. From the Import Using pop-up menu, choose the encoding format(Choose AAC) that you want to convert the song to, then click OK to save the settings.
  4. Select one or more songs in your library, then from the Advanced menu, choose one of the following (The menu item changes to show what's selected in your Importing preferences):

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    • Create AAC version(Choose this one)
    • Create AIFF version
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Hi. Check that when you plug your iPod in that it isn't selected to "Shuffle," play which can happen if you are expecting to go through songs. There is also another reason and one I didnt know about until I took my iPod Classic back to my retailer thinking there was a problem;
If the songs on your iTunes or default device isn't an AAC file the iPod will fail to play it. On MAC systems simply click the file that you want to put onto your iPod, right click and scroll to "Get Info." If the file doesn't say it is an AAC file it won't play on your iPod. Scroll further down on the list to "Create AAC version." This takes milliseconds, doesn't affect the sound quality but condenses the data fit for the iPod Classic. Once that's done you can add any song you like.
Generally when you put a CD into a MAC it will automatically change the AIFF files into AAC which means you don't need to manually convert. AAC is usually needed when individual tracks are called up and put onto your iPod. I hope this helps you - it drove me nuts until I found out about the AAC.

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