Discussion in 'QnA (read only)' started by cybermanas, Oct 11, 2005.
Which audio format do you use?
MP3, most compatible (not the best, i know!)
mp3, recently switched over to real media...Nice quality at a very low bit-rate.
Mp3, Mp3 all the way. I love it. Great quality, less space and morover, no problems associated with it + all Mp3 devices support it. BTW, Is there any format called "mp4"? mp3 is also supported by all players, so even If I find a better software than Winamp, I'll have no probs.
Mp3 . There may be better ones out there but -- Mp3's my gig !
Mp3 becoz it is very famous and my hometheater supports it
Where is the option for FLAC (loseless, best quality) and Real media (smallest in size)?
Some website gives the option of downloading the same songs in MP3 format and also Real media. In such cases which one we should prefer? The important parameters being (1) Size of the download (2) Music quality.
Coz it works with both win and linux....
I prefer MP3 as it has extremely good and clear sound quality and its a well known standard.
But I use RM and WMA too.
it depends on wat i have and wat i want i mostly go for mp3 or mp3PRO so i say i use both
MP3 b'coz its the worldwide standard.
MP3...But I thing I need to Sift!
I think Its gona Be Ogg or WMA.
I use MP3 PRO the best
at even 18kbps it makes really superb sound
go just hear for yourself
take a trial
i use this one coz new music systems support this pro codec
128 kbps MP4 AAC, encoded with quicktime
mp3 and like someelse posted before me good worldwide followed standard.........
MP4 is out but it is not as popular as MP3 due the vast compatibility of MP3.
mp3 - universal format. my laptop,home theater,usb flash drive,diskman,cellphone everything supports it!!!
aac encoded at 320 kbps
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