Started by Mark, June 03, 2007, 02:04:37 PM
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Quote from: Mark on June 07, 2007, 03:15:38 AMEverything you need to know, Marvin, is right here: Gapless playback
Quote from: MahlerTitan on June 03, 2007, 10:32:58 PMi don't think i can post all the music i downloaded, people might get too jealous....
Quote from: oyasumi on June 07, 2007, 09:44:03 AMHow many gigs?
Quote from: Mark on June 07, 2007, 03:21:00 AMWe've put men on the moon (allegedly ... ), but we can't be arsed to implement gapless playback of MP3s as standard.
Quote from: George on June 07, 2007, 12:15:47 PMAnyone know where I can download the live version of Maybe I'm Amazed?
Quote from: MahlerTitan on June 07, 2007, 12:18:48 PMhttp://www.demonoid.com/files/?category=0&subcategory=All&quality=All&seeded=0&external=2&query=Maybe+I%27m+Amazed&uid=0&sort=
Quote from: George on June 07, 2007, 12:21:25 PMMahler I'm Amazed at how fast you were! However, what do I do from there? I have no experience with torrents.
Quote from: MahlerTitan on June 07, 2007, 12:46:44 PMwell, you are going to need a torrent client, may i suggest utorrent (if you are using PC).here:http://www.utorrent.com/
Quote from: George on June 07, 2007, 12:56:18 PMSorry to be a pain, but I've got a Mac.
Quote from: Steve on June 07, 2007, 12:57:45 PMAnother Mac user! You can use Azureus. It's Java based, and therefore, works on all platforms. I'm curious George, what kind of Mac do you have? What browser do you use?
Quote from: marvinbrown on June 07, 2007, 03:09:33 AMMark...your advice would be appreciated here.... what do you play this downloaded music on- an ipod?. I bought (downloaded) some cds from itunes onto my sister's ipod (she has an ipod photo 20GB) recently and I can hear gaps between the tracks. Then I tried "burning" the downloaded music onto a cd and I could still hear gaps between the tracks when I played it on my cd player. I must be doing something wrong?? With symphonies and operas these gaps at the end of tracks are so irritating I gave up and went back to buying cds. Where did I go wrong?
Quote from: George on June 07, 2007, 01:00:58 PMPower Book G4 (It's my girlfriend's) I use Safari, cause I like the buttons at the top. I have one for "GMG, show new replies." I click it like a Pavlovian dog.
Quote from: Steve on June 07, 2007, 01:02:43 PMGreat machine. Yeah, Safari generally works for me too. Did you find Azureus's site?
Quote from: beclemund on June 07, 2007, 01:12:10 PMAs for downloaded music, I use emusic almost exclusively. They are a great service for purchasing legal downloads at a great price and at higher quality than most of the competitors.
Quote from: beclemund on June 07, 2007, 01:01:46 PMThe wiki that Mark pointed you to gives a good overview of gapless playback. Specific to your issue of gapless playback on an iPod, however, you will want to insure that you have the latest firmware release (it can be downloaded from Apple's website) for your iPod... Gapless support on iPod is a relatively new feature. You'll also want to upgrade to the latest version of iTunes (7.2 is the current release); versions from 7.0 and up support gapless playback. You can set albums for gapless playback from your iTunes library.
Quote from: Mark on June 07, 2007, 01:18:07 PMDoes that gapless playback setting work for MP3s already ripped, or only those ripped after you activate that setting? I ask, because with Sony's SonicStage/ATRAC system, you MUST do a complete rip of adjoining tracks to ensure gapless playback. Decide to re-rip one track without its adjoining track, and gapless playback can't happen. Also, the Sony system NEEDS the original CD - purchased tracks are NEVER gapless. I imagine something similar happens with the iPod/iTunes?
Quote from: beclemund on June 07, 2007, 01:26:22 PMI'm not entirely certain how iTunes makes them gapless. Some discussions suggest that iTunes shoe-horns in a Lame-MP3 header (the Lame MP3 encoder already supported gapless) into the track information for gapless playback, so you wouldn't need to re-rip tracks.
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