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Variable Bit Rate recording is activated in the Extra Fine filming mode and solely with the use of DVD-RAM discs. In this mode, the incoming video data is analyzed and the bit rate is dynamically adjusted to optimize the compression of any given sequence. The benefits are higher quality videos and reduced file sizes, which results in efficient use of the amount of available disc space.

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Formatting problems


older mp3 players cannot handle bitrates higher than 128 and you should not be recording them with variable rate either. I recomend, deleteting the card and start new with a standard bit rate

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What is a format for downloading a video for samsung yepp t9b


ITS MP4 DUDE - Try Downloading a Video Converter


Digital Player (Recorder) Supported Digital Audio Standards WMA, Ogg Vorbis, MP3, protected WMA (DRM) Supported Digital Video Standards MPEG-4 ID3 Tags Support Yes Playback Modes A-B repeat, repeat shuffle, repeat all, playlist, repeat folder, one track repeat Edit Functions Erase Supported Bit Rate 8 - 320Kbps (MP3) / 5 - 320Kbps (WMA) Response Bandwidth 20 - 20000 Hz Signal-To-Noise Ratio 85 dB Features JPEG photo playback, variable bit-rate compatible, MPEG-4 playback, TEXT viewer Sample Rate 8 - 48 kHz Data Storage Capability Up to 5000 files / 500 folders

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Pioneer CDJ-200 CD player will not read discs?


You need to be a bit more specific. It might be a formatting issue, in which case, you need to convert your music that's on your cds. The songs must be in "CBR or Constant Bit Rate" format. Most songs come in Variable Bit Rate format, which the 200's aren't able to play. Get a music converting application, I've used dbPoweramp's converter for quite some time, had to buy an MP3 license, but it was worth it. Unlimited conversions = more fun with the tables :) good luck!

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Every time when i transfer the song from my pc to mp3 it shows format error


The only format that your player supports is as follows: MP3, WMA, ATRAC3, and ATRAC3plus. So if you try to transfer an audio file that is not in one of these formats then you will get an error. Look at the properties of the file you are transferring and verify that it is one of those file types mentioned above. If it is then make sure that the bit-rate of the files is not too high...some players do not play the very high bit-rate audio files or some variable bit-rate files.

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What kind of card is best


The MPEG2 recording can be used in various quality levels, with 8.5 to 5.5 Mbps constant bit rate and 4.2 and 1.5 MBit / s with a variable bit rate recording.

The read / write speed is 20480 kb/s (SanDisk data).

It's enough!

Calculate the recording time: click

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The 5500 doesn't recognize the files on my ipod, which are mainly cd's impoted to itunes, so i converted all the files to MP3 but it still isn't recognizing the files. what do i do?


Actually there are 2 possible solutions to your problem. When you plug in your Ipod or USB drive into the Denon HS5500 the machine will put a file on the drive called "Denon_DJ". This file needs to be deleted each time you add new mp3's to your ipod or usb device or your new files wont be shown.
The second has to do with what type of mp3 you are using and what sample rate it was created with.
For instance I record music with my computer and keyboards. I like to record in 96KHZ because it sounds so much nicer than 44.1k. Well the Denon wont read anything created with a sample rate higher than 44.1K . I downloaded a song from a DJ friend that was recorded in 48KHZ and made into a 196k MP3 file. The Denon wouldn't play it because it is not 44.1. Check your manual or check online.. the Denon reads 44.1k 320kbs and lower files only.. (Bad Denon)
You may also want to avoid what are called Variable Bit Rate files. Most files you download online are ripped at a variable bit rate. The Denon will play variable bit rate Mp3's .. But you will not be able to save cue points or save memos to the system. I found this out the hard way. So. I took all the files I had created that were VBR and put them into Audacity with the Lame MP3 plugin and set the bitrate to 320kbs and now I can save memos.. But everytime I put the USB flash drive into my pc and put new songs on I have to delete the Denon_DJ folder.. Its sad too because thats where the HS5500 stores it's playlist files... :( Bad Denon. They should have asked me to write the software.. xD
I hope that helped you..

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Which recorder is the best


you will need to change the format of the files by using sound recorder in windows xp. just open the file and save as cd quality format. this will change the bit rate to 16 bit needed to make a cd

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E.q.


If your songs are coming from more than one source, or you are using a pure file sharing program like Limewire, Morpheus, Frostwire, etc., every mp3 is recorded at different levels. You will have to become a bit of an audio editing expert to do this, but you will need to get audio editing software, and set the elvels, bit rate, etc of all of the songs to exactly the same level - or else, you will get variable play quality on your custom EQ settings. WARNING: This is going to take a LONG time.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

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DVD copying


There are double layer DVD's that they make which usually have about 2x the memory. check to see if your DVD recorder supports these types of DVD's. You could also just divide your media on to two sides of a double sided DVD (each side has the mirror look and you can record onto both sides)(still the same disc) or you could record on to multiple DVD's (may be inconvenient but is still an option). Also, you could reduce the recording quality just a bit so that it is not noticable when you watch it but it still uses less space on the disk. I would tell you how to do these things but I have no experience with the individual model that you have.

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Mp3 disk no audio when playing


First, make sure the CD is an AUDIO CD, and not a DATA CD

If you have recorded a Picture CD or MP3 CD
yourself, ensure that your disc contains at least 10
pictures or 5 MP3 tracks.

MP3(ISO 9660) 96, 112, 128, 256
kbps & variable
bit rate fs, 32, 44.1,
48 kHz

– MP3 discs, picture (JPEG) files
on CD-R(W).
– JPEG/ISO 9660 format
– Maximum 9 characters display.
– Supported sampling frequencies :
32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz (MPEG-1)
16 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz (MPEG-2)
– Supported Bit-rates : 32~256 kbps
(MPEG-1), 8~160 kbps (MPEG-2)
variable bitrates

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