couple of questions.
once I've ripped a file & then forgotten what audio bit rate was used, is there any way to find out. e. some handly little utility program ?
With other formats e.g. ac3, mp3, I can use file details in windows folder layouts & select the bit rate column, but that does not display a rate for Ipod format. T he codecs column confirms MP4V & AAC but no bit rate is shown.
I tried playing a file in powerdvd with information enabled but the audio bit rate varies as the file plays , so I guess powerdvd is struggling to give me the info.
2nd question - the default audio setting in ipod rip is 64kbs which seems low to me - or is the ipod format more efficient than MP3 ? Should I set this to 128 in order to get audio quality as good as 128mp3 ?
what audio rate do itunes use when then sell qudio tracks, can anyone tell me please ( I don't have an ipod myself so I can't check, I'm just preparing some video clips to send to my son to use )