Mp3 Vs WMA

  Daz35 13:48 14 Jun 04
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Most of my music collection is encoded at 128Kbps and I'm running out of space on my laptop, so would like to convert some of my collection to WMA files.

I have the tool to do it, and have read somewhere that you can encode WMA files at 64Kbps to achieve the same quality as Mp3's encoded at 128Kbps, but using a lot less disk space.

So, is a WMA file encoded at 64Kbps the same quality as an Mp3 encoded at 128Kbps?

Any advice/opinions welcome.

Cheers

  TBH1 15:24 14 Jun 04

your gonna have to convert one and let your ears tell you. There is a format coming out shortly, mp3pro I think its called - I think that converts to half size of mp3 and is a far superior quality

  Daz35 15:34 14 Jun 04

I have converted a few, and they didn't sound any different to be honest.

I just wondered if anyone knew the 'equivalents' in terms of encoding Mp3 and WMA.

Mp3pro is already on the market and I have the codecs to convert to it, but not all players will play the files.

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