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iPod mini 2G stutters when playing LAME aps, Clock speed optimisation is the cause
aggybong
post May 25 2007, 19:39
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I've already done a restore on the iPod and it didn't do anything. Why is it only certain songs (in the exact same spot, every time) using certain presets? And I made a mistake, for Vicious Delicious, it's v0 and v1, v2 works fine. I dunno, it just doesn't seem like it's my particular iPod.

It's not the source material, either. I'm currently using the command line to convert the .FLAC files into different bitrates.
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post May 26 2007, 05:54
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So far I have not heard it come back yet.
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post May 26 2007, 06:22
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QUOTE (aggybong @ May 25 2007, 12:39) *
I've already done a restore on the iPod and it didn't do anything. Why is it only certain songs (in the exact same spot, every time) using certain presets? And I made a mistake, for Vicious Delicious, it's v0 and v1, v2 works fine. I dunno, it just doesn't seem like it's my particular iPod.

It's not the source material, either. I'm currently using the command line to convert the .FLAC files into different bitrates.


There is just something wrong as this problem is long gone, it never existed with the 5G iPods nor the 5.5G iPods. I would try using a different program (which uses Lame) to convert the FLAC files at the -V 0 or -V 2. For instance, you can use dbpoweramp R12 which uses the final version of Lame 3.97.
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aggybong
post May 27 2007, 06:06
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QUOTE (kornchild2002 @ May 25 2007, 23:22) *
QUOTE (aggybong @ May 25 2007, 12:39) *

I've already done a restore on the iPod and it didn't do anything. Why is it only certain songs (in the exact same spot, every time) using certain presets? And I made a mistake, for Vicious Delicious, it's v0 and v1, v2 works fine. I dunno, it just doesn't seem like it's my particular iPod.

It's not the source material, either. I'm currently using the command line to convert the .FLAC files into different bitrates.


There is just something wrong as this problem is long gone, it never existed with the 5G iPods nor the 5.5G iPods. I would try using a different program (which uses Lame) to convert the FLAC files at the -V 0 or -V 2. For instance, you can use dbpoweramp R12 which uses the final version of Lame 3.97.


Tried completely different programs and the problem is still there sad.gif
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post May 27 2007, 06:39
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QUOTE (aggybong @ May 26 2007, 23:06) *
Tried completely different programs and the problem is still there sad.gif


It is your iPod then. Apple has fixed this problem and it was never existent in the 5G/5.5G iPods so I imagine there is something wrong with your iPod hardware wise.
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