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rainbowdemon

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I just burned a bunch of songs. They vary in length fron about 2:30 to 3:50. Musicmatch Jukebox plays them at 1411 kbs. But each and every one of them look like this. All of them exactly the same. How?

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cos they're in CD audio format.... all you see is the data info associated with the tune.... or something like that.... :psychofun:

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The original mp3's were all varying sizes. But the cd files were all the same. And only 44 bytes. Could I have been burning cd's for 4-5 years and never noticed this?

:(

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Yep you haven't noticed.... cos it's meant to be that way.... look at a CD you havent burned and it'll be the same.... it's just like a shortcut or something.... not the actual music file

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Could I have been burning cd's for 4-5 years and never noticed this?

:(

That hemp is powerful stuff....

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That hemp is powerful stuff..

Gave it up years ago.

A random check of burned cd's shows the same thing. Damn, I guess you learn something every day. It just doesn't usually take so long!!

:rofl:

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.CDA files are just pointers (shortcuts, if you want) to the actual audio on the disc.

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That hemp is powerful stuff....

i wouldn't know. :nope: it's been so long i've forgotten (TWO FUCKING WEEKS!)

but all should change tomorrow, yay. *happy grrl dancing* :lol:

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I just burned a bunch of songs. They vary in length fron about 2:30 to 3:50. Musicmatch Jukebox plays them at 1411 kbs. But each and every one of them look like this. All of them exactly the same. How?

I particularly like the day they were created and modified...."Saturcay"?

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I particularly like the day they were created and modified...."Saturday"?

:lol: just slightly out of date

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wow

indeed Joe. You "just" burned those tracks

:lol::lol::lol::lol:

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Liar! That was 10 years ago!

:lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

:frog: :banana9: :banana4: :banana2: :banana1: :banana8:

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Liar! That was 10 years ago!

:lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:

:frog:  :banana9:  :banana4:  :banana2:  :banana1:  :banana8:

My computer isn't even a year old. Could that be when the mp3 was created?

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you just need to reset your clock

EDIT:oops... I mean callendar :D

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so how is it ten years out for the files you burned? :wha':

must be a more serious problem then... like.... uhhhh

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I was not even involved with computers ten years ago. I don't even think XP existed then. I burned these files yesterday evening. Downloaded then the day before that.

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perhaps your PC is used and the former user burned them?

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:o I see now.... you've got one of those 'time' machines havent you!!

your system clock's probably off.... you can reset it in the BIOS but I wouldnt bother or worry unless you know what you're doing in there...

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perhaps your PC is used and the former user burned them?

Nope. Right of the shelf of Wal-Mart less than a year ago.

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then you have one of those times machines

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don't pretend that you don't know nothing

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