I am not running any apps, just AVI Background, and even if I shut it down
and just had Extras as the background, the sound is still choppy.
I used SparkME for X to record the sound file in AIFF format and converted
it to MP3 via iTunes (OS 9.2). I will try just a sound file from a standard
music CD and convert it in iTunes using the custom import mode and see what
I just do not think it will work because the test MP3 (Nokia voice) that
came with Mad Max, was just as choppy on my eMate as it is on my 2100.
>Rolf Brakvatne wrote:
> I am trying to become familiar with Mad Max for a Mac club demo, but I am
> having trouble playing any MP3 file downloaded to my 2100.
> 1. Files are very small <100K.
>>That is pretty small, but the file size is usually not a factor when
>>considering playback quality.
> 2. Files (AIFF) are recorded in mono, 64kps, 44.1kHz and converted to MP3's
> using iTunes.
>>22khz should definitely be enough, but mono/64 kbits should play at
>>least ok. I've tested with various bit rates and 112 seems to be the
>>maximum for the currently non-optimized code. Do you have any other
>>applications open when you play the files?
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