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Does operating system matter for converting to MP3s?
fann4ples
post Sep 12 2012, 00:43
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Hi,

I've got a question regarding operating systems: I've been using Foobar and LAME on a Windows Vista to encode my FLAC files to MP3s...

Now would those MP3 files being produced on my Windows Vista computer be any different than if I had done it on Windows XP or 7? (Given that I am using the same versions of Foobar and LAME) Would they be exact copies (size/bits/samples/etc)?

Does the operating system have any influence on the conversion process? Or is that all the work of the program(Foobar and LAME)?

Thank you for your help!
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fann4ples
post Sep 12 2012, 00:53
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So would using a new OS like Windows 7 or 8 result in the files being written in a better way? Would it result in smaller files wit a more efficient codes or something along those lines?

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post Sep 12 2012, 01:45
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QUOTE (fann4ples @ Sep 11 2012, 19:53) *
So would using a new OS like Windows 7 or 8 result in the files being written in a better way? Would it result in smaller files wit a more efficient codes or something along those lines?


No, not at all.
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