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ok I exported a song from cubase to get it up on bebo, its 10.5MB.

I exported it at 320 bits and its stereo interleaved(?). From what I can see thats the highest quality.

anyway I have been trying to upload this song on bebo for a few days now, and they keep tellin me its not an mp3 (it clearly is though).


anyway any quick way to reduce its size without having to re-export it on my other computer?
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Most places only let you upload mp3's at a frequency of either 44.1 or 48 with a max rate of 128 kbps. So, get the xilisoft converter and try those settings.
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Most places only let you upload mp3's at a frequency of either 44.1 or 48 with a max rate of 128 kbps. So, get the xilisoft converter and try those settings.



maybe thats why its rejecting it so......hmmmmm.

so try and export with those settings ( I may as well boot up the other comp and do it on cubase now....) and i should have no problems?

for THE best MP3 quality tho I would need the settings for frequency and rate as high as possible yeah?

Bebo does say 10MB size limit but nothing about those settings..........
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#5
There's a free program called CDex that'll convert the file for you. Search Google, it's freeware.

Typically a 192k encoded MP3 is considered "near cd" quality. It would drastically reduce the file size without doing too much damage to the sound quality.
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yea 320 kbps is usually overkill. and depending on what your listening on, like a cheap ghetto blaster or some 5.1 speakers that are adding a bunch of its own EQ.. you'r enot gonna notice much of a diff between 320K, 250K, or 192K the lowest i like to go for my own listening pleasure is 160K i don't REALLY notice a diff between that and 192. but its definitely better than 128.


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