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Subject: Re: windows media files
From: blaou (blaou_at_gmx.net)
Full ACK, but WMA itself is already less than ideal ;) Unless you have
specified a very high bitrate, you will have quality loss anyway. For
the average crap pop-song this mechanism was ok for me, I couldn't hear
much difference, thus my suggestion.
Maybe it would be helpful to tell, what kind of WMA he wants to convert.
Mostly you won't hear a difference maybe on a stereo, but not with an
less than ideal mp3-player that might even have crappy headphones....
On Thu, 2 Sep 2004 20:30:26 -0400
"Fred Maxwell" <rockbox_at_anti-spam.org> wrote:
> Bad recommendation. WMA and MP3 are both lossy. Converting from one
> to the other introduces additional degradation. Also, each is
> designed to be run against uncompressed files, so the results when
> working with files that have already undergone lossy compression is
> probably going to be less than ideal.
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