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Unregistered
03-09-2004, 09:59 AM
I would like to see a codec to convert to 32/32 Mp3Pro. I broadcast an internet radio station on Live365 and the software takes a great deal of time to convert mp3's to this format because it requires the original to be 128k or it will not convert. So I would like to see this implemented to cut the time it takes to get the music converted.

Tomb
03-10-2004, 06:40 AM
I would like to see a codec to convert to 32/32 Mp3Pro. I broadcast an internet radio station on Live365 and the software takes a great deal of time to convert mp3's to this format because it requires the original to be 128k or it will not convert. So I would like to see this implemented to cut the time it takes to get the music converted.

As far as I am aware the mp3 codec uses the free Thomson Player's mp3 pro codec which is restricted to 64kbs. There is not a lot Spoon can do about that.

http://www.mp3prozone.com/download.htm

Unregistered
06-06-2004, 07:09 PM
Why not using the MP3PRO plugin for Nero, that allow bitrates from 24 to 96 kbps ? Or a similar technology ?
64 kbps is not a very good quality, 96 is better (equals to 192 kbps from a normal mp3).

DeX
06-18-2004, 09:17 PM
i got a big ? for yall:
will a normal mp3 player (walkman) play mp3PRO filez????
i'm really interested in that..... :cool:

Unregistered
07-04-2004, 01:48 AM
i got a big ? for yall:
will a normal mp3 player (walkman) play mp3PRO filez????
i'm really interested in that..... :cool:

Both my Sony mp3/Atrac3 Walkman and my RCA Lyra 64mb mp3 player will read them, but I find my RCA has more of a problem with them then my walkman even though it advertises it can read mp3pro

Also if you want a mp3pro with more functionality you could try MusicMatch, only thing I don't like about MusicMatch is it doesn't including a WMA encoder, only MP3, WAV and MP3pro

DeX
07-07-2004, 02:15 AM
Danke very much! :komisch9:

Unregistered
07-20-2004, 07:19 PM
64kbps mp3pro will only get quality near 128kbps mp3 if the player support mp3pro as it will enhance its sampling rate to 44.1khz, but the quality is still below my expectation. If you all guys really hear them compare the quality, definitely 128kbps mp3 is better than 64kbps mp3pro. 96kbps also not satisfy my hearing manner!

Unregistered
07-26-2004, 02:55 AM
hi all how do you convert stuff into a 96bps in mp3pro format if the thompson encoder is limited to only 64?!?! please help!! cheers

Unregistered
07-26-2004, 07:07 AM
use musicmatch