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Old 04-14-2007
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MP3 Codecs
Hi, me again, since I'm only running on an 80Gb laptop, I try to save as much
space as possible. I currenty have a handful of MP3s encoded at 320Kbp which
I want to shave down to 192Kbp to save roughly half the space.

I use Microsoft Plus! Digital Media Edition's Audio Converter to do it for me.

Problem is it says it doesn't recognize my MP3 codecs.

Here are some shots:

http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d2.../Capture-4.jpg

http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d2...0/Capture2.jpg

Any help is appreciated **cough** Ramesh **cough** =]

THANX
Jared
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Old 04-15-2007
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RE: MP3 Codecs
I don't know this converter in detail - but can you even play those files?
When WMP can play those files it should work with the converter - if this
ain't a problem with the converter under Vista itself =(
WMP would even try to download the right codec. You can try if maybe a
generic codec pack helps (Vista Codec Pack 4.3.7) or try to troubleshoot you
Mp3-Setup with info from zachd's site: http://zachd.com/pss/pss.html#
A totally different approach would be using another converter; You can try
CDex, DBpower Amp, MMconvert or several others and see if its a general
problem with you system or specific to the converter.


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> Problem is it says it doesn't recognize my MP3 codecs.

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