Symptom: Bad Burn

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I'm burning an audio CD using Windows Media Player. The process stopped right after finishing a song. I assume that the proceeding song is corrupt. After going through the process of converting it why can't it detect the corruption earlier? That was a waste of a CD! The file plays fine in Winamp or Windows Media Player.

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Solution: ?
 
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In that case does anyone know of a program that can edit .mp3 files? I want to break up an audio file because it plays continuously. If so, what's the name of it?
 
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Forget it, I got one.
 
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Will anyone provide the name of a program that converts .mp3 files from 128 KBPS to 192 KBPS ?

Thanks
 
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Nusc said:
Will anyone provide the name of a program that converts .mp3 files from 128 KBPS to 192 KBPS ?

Thanks

There's no point to it. Re-encoding rich data to a lower bit rate is a lossy transform. When you try to reencode at a higher bit rate, you just get rubbish data thrown in to fill in the blanks.
 
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Interesting, and what about when you convert from 256 to 128?
 
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Nusc said:
Interesting, and what about when you convert from 256 to 128?

256 -> 192 or 128 = smaller file size, lower quality

128 -> 192 or 256 = larger file size, no gain in quality.
 

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