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I am new to using kaudiocreator. I'm trying to rip and encode several CD's for my daughter for use on her ipod. Kaudiocreator seems easy enough to use and encode ...
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- 03-02-2007 #1
kaudiocreator setting mp3 bit rate?
It seems some of the mp3's are encoding at a bit rate of 182 kbps and others are encoding at 226 kbps. This doesn't make sense to me. Is there an easy way to encode either at a CBR of 256 kbps or 192 kbps, or choose a VBR between 192 & 256?
Any help with this would be appreciated. Thanks!
- 03-03-2007 #2
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- Aug 2006
You adjust the settings through KControl or System Settings. I depends upon your distro for which you see. One of them should be in your KMenu.
On Kubuntu I run System Settings, click the Advanced button, and select the Audio Encoding icon. The MP3 Encoder tab is what you want.
- 03-03-2007 #3Originally Posted by Marsolin
Thank you very much for your help with this!!!! I am using opensuse 10.2 and from your input, I have found the settings. In case anyone else is looking for this, in opensuse they are in the "Configure Desktop" settings. Click on "Sounds & Multimedia" - "Audio CD's" - "MP3 Encoder". That's it.
Thanks again for your help. I really appreciate it.