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Re: Screwed up MP3 playback

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  • Doug Kaye
    A number of players (Sony in particular) are very fussy. To be sure, use * 44.1kHz sample rate * Stereo (some won t play mono) * 64/96/128kbps CBR ...doug Doug
    Message 1 of 4 , Jun 19, 2007
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      A number of players (Sony in particular) are very fussy. To be sure, use
      * 44.1kHz sample rate
      * Stereo (some won't play mono)
      * 64/96/128kbps CBR

      ...doug

      Doug Kaye, Executive Director
      The Conversations Network
      A 501(c)(3) Non-Profit
      doug@...


      > 7a. Screwed up MP3 playback
      > Posted by: "David Moldawer" moldawer@... drmoldawer
      > Date: Tue Jun 19, 2007 9:55 am ((PDT))
      >
      > Just got the following comment from a listener in response to my
      > podcast, Moldawer in the Morning:
      >
      > "For some reasons the MP3 generated screws up playback on my SE k800i
      > phone. It's ok as long as I don't pause playback, if I do then when I
      > hit play, it jumps back 5 minutes (or longer depending on how far I'm
      > into the show). It also screws up the running time indicator."
      >
      > Apparently, the listener subscribes to 60 podcasts and mine is the
      > only one that exhibits this behavior.
      >
      > I record in Audio Hijack Pro to AIFF, edit in Final Cut Pro, export as
      > an AIFF, run through Levelator, add sound and music in Final Cut Pro,
      > export as AIFF again, and convert to MP3 in iTunes.
      >
      > Anyone had a similar issue? The MP3's work fine for me in the browser,
      > in iTunes, and on my iPod, but I don't have an SE K800i (or any
      > podcast-capable) phone.
      >
      > Any help from audio gurus would be appreciated.
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