SuperiorX Posted May 19, 2012 Author Report Share Posted May 19, 2012 I mean, if the original mp3 was 320k and you re-encoded it at 320k as well, the quality loss is negligible so I wouldn't worry about it unless the original file was 192k or something, in which case you should at the very least re-encode at 320k to minimize quality loss whatevah Thank you Mr. Briggs! I re-encoded it at 320k, I figured there would be no quality loss (or negligible as you said) and that was a better option that having the track skip around. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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