Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I can help you digitize your music properly for your iPod. I've been using mp3 players since the largest size available was 128K, so I know something about compression and get the most out of your space.
I recommend ditching AAC in favor of MP3, choose Joint-Stereo, and a bitrate no larger that 128kbps. Even 96kpbs will be more that fine. Choose high quality encoding. These settings will allow you to get the best results.
If you don't believe that your music will sound good enough with these settings, try encoding one track you know well with the settings you've been using, and the settings I suggest. You won't hear the difference.
Oh, another tip - turn off the iTunes setting for 'organize my music'. I hate that setting, it allows itunes to break your albums up in stupid incomprehensible ways. All it is for is to make it almost impossible for other mp3 devices or programs to use what iTunes has encoded.
And if you are really looking for a good encoding program, google and download AudioGrabber. Its the real thing, not iCrap.
I hope that helps.
Posted on May 08, 2010
Hi,the problem you are experiencing is what most ipod users encounter,and one of the disadvantages of the itunes,the itunes is a special media software that doesn't support the compression of music files,if you compress files before transferring them to itunes,the media files won't play which is because the sound production of the itune is of a high digitalized quality,hence the compressed files won't play on itunes,however,other media players support the compression and conversion of media files,that's why you can't compare the sound quality of other media players to the ipod.
This is the reason why the ipod has the highest memory space for a media player.
Thanks and take care
Posted on May 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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