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Mp3 Files

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by cdiana1, Nov 17, 2001.

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  1. cdiana1

    cdiana1 Thread Starter

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    OS WINDOWS 98 SE
    120 MHZ
    MEGA IMAGE LAPTOP

    MY MP3 FILES SOUND LIKE MAX HEADROOM, I USE WINAMP BUT SOMETIMES THEY PLAY OK AND SOMETIMES IT JUST REPEATS
    DO I NEED TO PARTITION MY HD, OR HOW DO I SAVE OR CREATE ONE SPACE FOR THE SONG BEEN PLAYED SO THAT IT WONT DO THE REPEATING THING, ALL THE RAM AVAILABLE HAS BEEN INSTALLED AND THE PROBLEM STILL PERSITS.
    I LIKE TO USE THIS LAPTOP ONLY FOR SAVING AND PLAYING MUSIC IF ONLY I COULD FIX THIS PROBLEM.
    THANK YOU GUYS FOR YOUR HELP.
     
  2. Shadow2531

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    sounds to me like you just need to increase the full file buffer for the nullsoft mpeg input plugin, so the mp3 playing loads entirely in memory. Maybe increase priorities in Winamp. Try direct sound output plugin and increase buffer. Or increase buffer wave output plugin if using that.

    Or you can decrease the mp3 quality a little for the mpeg input plugin.
     
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