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WMA files speeding up
WimW
post Dec 9 2006, 13:41
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Hey there,

I've recently switched from Winamp 2.81 to Foobar2000 0.9.4.1 smile.gif
Now it appears that some of the files in my music library are .WMA files
Foobar plays these files, but it seems to do so at 8* the normal speed.

Is there anyone else who encountered similar problems?

Thanks in advance!

Wim
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WimW
post Dec 15 2006, 16:04
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Little bump to this topic...

I've still got the problem with WMA files. They are recognised as WMA V2 129Kbits...
Has the 129 something to do with the problem? 128 would sound a tad more logical smile.gif

Anyway, thanks for reading!
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j7n
post Oct 27 2007, 21:32
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QUOTE (WimW @ Dec 15 2006, 18:04) *
They are recognised as WMA V2 129Kbits...
Has the 129 something to do with the problem? 128 would sound a tad more logical

Back when I still had WMA's Winamp also showed ~129 kBit/s. Maybe WMA treats kilobit as 1024 bits.
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