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Transcoding Plans (or Not)

start transcoding from my lossy archive to ogg.
[ 7 ] (18.9%)
start transcoding from my lossless archive to ogg.
[ 9 ] (24.3%)
re-rip to ogg, because I don't have an "archive quality" library.
[ 3 ] (8.1%)
re-rip to ogg, even though I have an "archive quality" library!
[ 7 ] (18.9%)
primarily use my existing ogg library as is.
[ 3 ] (8.1%)
I'll stick with MP3!
[ 3 ] (8.1%)
I ain't buying no memory wanting audio player!
[ 5 ] (13.5%)

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Transcoding Plans (or Not)

Q: If the first, real cool (but memory wanting), portable vorbis hardware player comes out tomorrow, I will buy one, and:


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Reply #2
Me too!!

auldyin

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Reply #3
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transcode from my MPC collection

Transcoding IST DEATH!

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Reply #4
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transcode from my MPC collection

Transcoding IST DEATH!

Maybe you are willing to transcode to mp3 to hear music in a mp3 portable? I believe not. They are talking about transcoding to hear those music in his/ her very own portable music player. I don't think that is a crime...

 

 
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