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  • mattdm11
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MP3s - 0 kbps?
I am sorting through all of my random MP3s I have downloaded (the mp3s I have personally ripped are in a different directory altogether), and have come across something I don't understand.  For all my random MP3s, I only save 128kbps files, and every file in this directory shows up in Winamp as such.  However, in Windows Explorer, there is the option to sort by bitrate, which I did, just to see if I had any non 128 kbps mp3s.  To my surprise, Windows Explorer is telling me I have several MP3s with 0 kbps.  Any idea why these are labelled like this?  I've even taken a screenshot:

The songs play fine, so I'm guessing this is an error, but I'm curious what's causing this.  As you can see,  I have mp3s from 10 years ago as well as ones from recently.

  • greynol
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MP3s - 0 kbps?
Reply #1
Please go elsewhere for help with your illegal downloads.

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  • Last Edit: 18 December, 2008, 09:44:03 PM by greynol
Is 24-bit/192kHz good enough for your lo-fi vinyl, or do you need 32/384?