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  1. Official Techie

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    does making dvd rips frm cds make their quality good and ifyes how u have 192 kbps mp3s if u rip them to 320 kbps would they sound better and if yes y??????????????
     
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    never can this haappen, even if u make an entire 8Gb DVD compilation at 3000kBps, the quality can NOT improve, information being lost is lost, unless u have used extremely advanced filters suited to that particular video, and that might only "seem" good and can be fake, in my knowlege, no such extremely advanced filters exist, so behold!! that's not possible, the quality will only decrease.....
     
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    Nope. Converting 192kbps MP3 song to 320kbps MP3 song doesnot do anything good. It rather eats up more space without any improvement in audio quality.
     
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    but then why do people make audio cds whch can hold just 12-13 songs but not simple mp3s which can come over 100 saying quality ach hoti hain
     
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    because they have audio player incapable of playing mp3's sometimes, the only people i have seen make audio CD's are the ones not having an MP3 player.
     
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    Brother AUDIO CD's are made BASED ON THE TIME OF THE SONGS
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    MP3 CD's ARE MADE BASED ON THE SIZE OF THE SONGS

    Get The Point CD's Either take date based on time or based on data size

    Note : Ever wondered how some movie cd's are some time beyond 700 MB in size
     
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    Audio CD's (CDDA) uses PCM(Pulse Code Modulation) Codec which is uncompressed generic format. This format is used in Audio CD's available in music store today. This format offers excellent audio quality reproduction but file size is too big. That's why u see each Audio CD comprises of max 12-15 Songs. People who don't mind number of CD's in their library go for this format. Using this format for ripping to MP3 produces varying audio quality w.r.t bit-rate viz. 92kbps, 112kbps, 128kbps, 192kbps..etc.
     
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