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any way to tell which compression method was used?

Is there any way to figure out what compression mode was used? (ie. fast, high, extra high)

i want to make sure anything i download is extra high, and if its not, transcode it to extra high as not to waste space...

any way to tell which compression method was used?

Reply #1
alt-3 (view file info) in winamp w/ APE plugin works for this.  Would be nice if fb2k showed it somewhere...

any way to tell which compression method was used?

Reply #2
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alt-3 (view file info) in winamp w/ APE plugin works for this.  Would be nice if fb2k showed it somewhere...

ahh... thanks...

*heads to the fb2k forum to ask about adding foobar2k support for this*

any way to tell which compression method was used?

Reply #3
Strange... I was tending to think (reading numerous topics on this board) that F2K is THE ULTIMATE PLAYER, while WinAmp definitely sucks...
How come that WinAmp shows that info, and F2K not?
I CAN'T BELIEVE IT!


any way to tell which compression method was used?

Reply #4
dBpowerAMP Music Converter, hold the mouse over the APE file.

any way to tell which compression method was used?

Reply #5
Strange... I was tending to think (reading numerous topics on this board) that F2K is THE ULTIMATE PLAYER, while WinAmp definitely sucks...
How come that WinAmp shows that info, and F2K not?
I CAN'T BELIEVE IT!

Because it is, as you said, "The Ultimate Player".

any way to tell which compression method was used?

Reply #6
foobar2000 shows that info in the properties-box...

any way to tell which compression method was used?

Reply #7
Perhaps 3 years ago it didn't, nice resurrecting a 3 year old thread.

any way to tell which compression method was used?

Reply #8
Whoops my bad... how do I end up with a 3-yr old thread??

Note to self: Do a triple-check before posting when you're in the midst of installing troubleshooting Windows 2003 Server...

any way to tell which compression method was used?

Reply #9
Windows 2003 server indeed.
err... i'm not using windows any more ;)

 
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