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crazyman
post Apr 9 2012, 22:43
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Hi All,

I quite often meet, both on my car audio/microtower (pretty good, Onkyo) with mp3īs (on burnt CDīs) - some whole albums, songs or their parts are playbacked with long pauses, some songs or even whole albums are skipped. Does it depend on the chip which likely cannot read them? All these mp3īs can be easily played on computer both from CD/HD. I tried to eliminate all possible sources of this behavior - have good quality CDīs, burn with max. speed 10x (Ashampoo), tags are only ID3v1+2.3. Recently I noticed, that files with CBR 320 + (I did not even know-EncSpot shows CBR up to 390-isnīt that an artifact?), and none of these songs is read, the whole album just skips song by song with 0 sec of any sound. Does the proper function or ability to playback all "good" mp3īs depend also on the type of encoder, VBR/CBR or how high CBR/VBR is?

Any thoughts?

Thx.

Cheers,

crazyman

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lvqcl
post Apr 9 2012, 23:03
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I did not even know-EncSpot shows CBR up to 390-isnīt that an artifact?

Very big embedded picture (album art) can cause this.

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crazyman
post Apr 20 2012, 13:40
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QUOTE (lvqcl @ Apr 9 2012, 15:03) *
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I did not even know-EncSpot shows CBR up to 390-isnīt that an artifact?

Very big embedded picture (album art) can cause this.


You were correct, after removing them it is OK. Thx.
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