problem playing ogg music files

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Sep 25, 2007
  1. xnh02
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    Newcomer xnh02 Member

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    i have an m3 ds simply and a 2 GB micro sd card (made in japan, but it's work fine so far). the problem is that when i play ogg music files with moonshell my ds freezes up sometimes. i'm not sure if its my ds, moonshell, or my card? help! thanks.
     
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    Former Staff lagman I wish I was green.

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    The Japanese cards are the "good" ones, I use ogg files on moonshell, so I know it works, try to re encode your files with a lower bitrate. [​IMG]
     
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    Whats the point in ogg?


    isnt mp3 better?
     
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    I don't know about that. OGG is lossy, just like MP3. Some people think that OGG Vorbis sounds better than 320 or V0. But I can't hear a difference.

    If I"m not listening to my music in FLAC(lossless) format, then I encode the tracks to 320 or V0.
     
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    OGG gets the same sound at lower filesizes. It also has other features, such as the ability to use any sample rate.
     
  6. xnh02
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    thanks all . . . i eventually just converted all my ogg files to mp3 (320) using blaze media. i just downloaded a trial version. can be found here blaze media pro download
     

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