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Re: [iddiots] Christmas Mix Audacity question

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  • Scott Perschke
    AIFF is Apple s native audio file format - it is essentially uncompressed audio. If you intend to put your mix on an audio CD, you re better off leaving them
    Message 1 of 2 , Dec 6 6:36 AM
      AIFF is Apple's native audio file format - it is essentially uncompressed audio. If you intend to put your mix on an audio CD, you're better off leaving them that way. If you're distributing over the net, encode to mp3.


      From: guavaman2002 <guavaman@...>
      To: iddiots@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Thursday, December 6, 2012 9:30 AM
      Subject: [iddiots] Christmas Mix Audacity question

       
      I've been using Audacity to trim dead space from tracks going on to my 2012 Christmas Mix. The default export format was aiff, and that's what I used for the first 11 tracks. I really wanted to export in mp3 (assuming that format would provide better quality), but it took me 11 tracks to get around to finding out how I could do that.

      So I now have 11 trimmed tracks in aiff format with the rest in mp3. Now I need to decide if I should leave everything as is, convert the aiff to mp3 or start over on the first 11 tracks.

      Thought?

      Guava George



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