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Apple Lossless = Varying Bits
When I click on information in iTunes to see the bit rate of the song, I see different rates. One song has, say, 850kb, another 76-, and so on.

Why does this make sense?

  • greynol
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Reply #1
Bit rates are different because songs are different.  You should be concerned if it wasn't this way.

Knowing that lossless is lossless, it really shouldn't matter.
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When I click on information in iTunes to see the bit rate of the song, I see different rates. One song has, say, 850kb, another 76-, and so on.

Why does this make sense?



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_compress...dio_compression

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Reply #3
What makes sense is doing even the most basic research about a concept if it has a feature that you do not understand. Closing thread.