#1
Not the rip rate, but the actual bit rate of an audio file. Is there anyway I can convert from 128 to 300 +?
#4
iTunes will do it.
Go to preferences > Advanced settings > importing
convert the bitrate to 320kbps there.
Then right click (or ctrl+click if on a mac) on the track and convert to mp3.

But you won't get any improvement of quality by converting it from 128kbps to 320kbps.
#5
no, because the information in your file is encoded at 128kbs, it's impossible to *put* more information into the song.
#6
Not if it's mp3 and you don't have the CD around.
I'm a communist. Really.
#7
u cant upconvert it while actually making it sound better, just taking up more space for no reason
#10
Quote by Gordita Supreme
Its not to change the sound, a site I want to sell music to doesn't allow anything lower than 300 kps.

That's because anything less than 320 sounds awful. I would never ever spin an MP3 at anything less than 320 unless I absolutely had to.
#11
Quote by Gordita Supreme
Its not to change the sound, a site I want to sell music to
doesn't allow anything lower than 300 kps.


Well if they aren't retarded they are going to realize that your song is of quality lower than their 300 kb/s standard.
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