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how to compress mp3's . . . bitrate changer

Discussion in 'Audio' started by igizmore, May 10, 2007.

  1. igizmore

    igizmore Guest

    Want to fit in more songs in your ipod/psp/mobile etc and just don't have enough space for it? No worries for there are software's that compress your mp3's by changing its bit rate . The software's are:

    Blaze Media pro:

    An awesome software that reduces the size of mp3's by changing the bitrate from 196KBPS to 128 or lesser . Songs of artists like backstreet boys can be reduced to 64KBPS (less than half it's size ) and still have good quality . With this software you can even convert audio into different formats and even edit . This software is also a very good video converter , It aint free though you get a 30 day trial ... so use it well :p download it from http://www.blazemp.com/downloads.html . You can now put 100 mp3's on your 128 mb card :D

    For more cool stuff go to http://igizmore.blogspot.com
     
  2. chubbyInc

    chubbyInc Regular member

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    You can also use dBpowerAMP.

    My friend wanted an album on his 32mb chip in his phone.
     
  3. igizmore

    igizmore Guest

    i know but i feel blaze media pro is way better than DB Amp
     
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    chubbyInc Regular member

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    I'm one for quality not compression. I think Flac or 320 bitrate on MP3's is the way to go.

    compression is only good on limited space, like the 128MB card.

    But I'll be sure to check out Blaze to see what it offers...
     

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