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Vicky 04-07-2004 06:51 PM

converting mp3 to AAc?
 
is there any program come which convert mp3 to aac
and cut mp3 easily

Unity555 04-07-2004 06:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Vicky
is there any program come which convert mp3 to aac
and cut mp3 easily


U can try to use MP3 AUdioconverter to convert mp3 to aac and use mp3 trim to cut mp3 which i m using now. thx..

Vicky 04-07-2004 07:13 PM

from where i can download it

nk_au 06-07-2004 05:38 AM

You could burn your favourite MP3s onto a CD, and use Nokia Audio Manager to rip them to AAC 64kbps.

What I do, is use DB Amp Power Convertor and convert all my songs to (still mp3 format):
Encoding: Constant Bitrate
Bit Rate: 24 Kbps
Channels: Mono
Frequency: 16000 Hz

Hope that helps!

GhostDog 06-07-2004 12:53 PM

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You could burn your favourite MP3s onto a CD, and use Nokia Audio Manager to rip them to AAC 64kbps.
Or,you could just use Nero to make a Image,mount it and fool Nokia Audio Manager that its a real CD or even simpler,you could use Easy CD-DA Extractor for a direct conversion.

nk_au 06-07-2004 01:32 PM

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Originally Posted by GhostDog
Or,you could just use Nero to make a Image,mount it and fool Nokia Audio Manager that its a real CD or even simpler,you could use Easy CD-DA Extractor for a direct conversion.

You'll have to teach me that soon. I can't stand burning music to CDs then ripping them to AAC format again thru Nokia Audio Manager ...

*faints*

GhostDog 06-07-2004 02:48 PM

You can find a small guide here.If you need more details,let me know.

Pajamation 10-07-2004 12:46 AM

You could easily use iTunes to rip/convert from mp3 to AAC as well. It will also allow you to edit the files; are you using Mac or Windows? Mac has a program called SoundConverter you can use to edit if you don't want to use Quicktime. Windows has too many to mention but I normally will use Nero Wav Editor on my Windows box.

GhostDog 10-07-2004 01:41 AM

I believe that iTunes encodes in to mpeg4 AAC only.Can the 7610 play mpeg4 AAC or just mpeg2 like the N-Gage?

Pajamation 10-07-2004 03:04 AM

Nokia lists the playback as "Viewing formats: 3GPP, MPEG-4, H.263, Real Video." My-symbian lists the following formats as supported multimedia: "AMR, WAV, MIDI, AU, Real Audio, Real Video, MPEG-4, AAC, MP3." I haven't tested an iTunes AAC file on my 7610 but apparently it should support the expected playback. I'll test and post my findings.

nk_au 10-07-2004 04:36 AM

Problem with iTunes is, they converted all my MP3s to M4As. Don't know why it did that. I even selected "AAC 64kbps" in Options/Preferences

DB Power Amp Convertor is unreliable in converting MP3 to AAC.

As i'm using the 7610, i'm converting all my favourite MP3 to a lower bit rate and mono sound :D

GhostDog 10-07-2004 11:51 AM

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Nokia lists the playback as "Viewing formats: 3GPP, MPEG-4, H.263, Real Video.
Those are video formats,not audio,the second ones you listed are audio.

Quote:

Problem with iTunes is, they converted all my MP3s to M4As.
Because M4A is mpeg4 AAC.I believe the 7610 can only play mpeg2 AAC.

bertq60 14-07-2004 07:28 PM

If you really do care about file size, I recommand you to use .ogg files. The compression rate is better than AAC, and it is very easy (with CDex for example) to create file in mono.
OggPlay is a freeware open source SW that can play those .ogg files on S60 phones.

On 6620 and 7610, it also can play AAC and MP3. If you have one of these phones, (and want to play either AAC or MP3) use this link:
http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...group_id=86146

If you do not have 6620 or 7610 Nokia phones, or do not care about MP3/AAC, the official version is probably better (works with all S60 phones):
http://symbianoggplay.sourceforge.net/

Evobit has made some nice skins for OggPlay, take a look there:
http://www.allaboutsymbian.com/forum...ad.php?t=25511

fauji 26-07-2004 01:12 PM

Hi,

Are AAC better/lower quality than MP3?

Are they smaller/larger files than MP3?

If someone only needed to listen to music files occassionally with a hands-free set, which is the one to go for in terms of 'reasonable quality'?

Thanks.

nk_au 27-07-2004 08:42 AM

AAC 64kbps is equivalent to the quality of a MP3 128kbps

However, an AAC 64kbps would be smaller (considerably!) than a MP3 128kbps

Not too sure about a handsfree set. I'm still waiting to test my HDS-3 Stereo Dual Headset on my 7610 :)


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