[bookport] Re: My BP is playing MP3 files too fast

Better yet, simply check the Send Audio Files As Music box, and you won't =
have to mess around with your compression settings. Plus, the file will =
send faster.

Rob Meredith

>>> walt@xxxxxxxxxx 09/17/04 04:41PM >>>
That's good news. At first, I was afraid that the unit was defective, but =
I=20
only later wondered if I might have left compression turned on and not=20
remembered that I'd done so. Thanks, Sarah.

----- Original Message -----=20
From: "Sarah Cranston" <cranston.sarah@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <bookport@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, September 17, 2004 4:38 PM
Subject: [bookport] Re: My BP is playing MP3 files too fast


Hi Walt,

You will need to disable file compression in order to listen to music on =
=3D
your BookPort.  While compression works pretty well for audio books, it =
=3D
does absolutely nothing for music except to screw it up.  At least  it =3D
doesn't mean you will have to send the unit back.

HTH

Sarah


-----Original Message-----
From: bookport-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx=20
[mailto:bookport-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Walt Smith
Sent: Friday, September 17, 2004 3:24 PM
To: bookport@xxxxxxxxxxxxx=20
Subject: [bookport] My BP is playing MP3 files too fast


Somehow, I'd never gotten around to placing an MP3 file of music on my =3D
Book=3D20
Port until yesterday and when I did, it sounded terrible. It played=3D20
significantly fast. The original file that's on the PC sounds perfect, =3D
so=3D20
I'm sure it's something in the transfer or the BP, itself. Might I =
have=3D20
screwed things up by failing to change the compression settings that I =3D
had=3D20
in place when I downloaded an Audible.com book last week? I've had the =3D
unit=3D20
about a month. What are my options? I love the thing so much that I hate =
=3D
to=3D20
be without it.

 --
 Walt Smith - Clearwater, FL
 walt@xxxxxxxxxx=3D20=20







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