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Excellent! Good work Paul.
Hi Paul thanks for the reply.

Jaikoz says the files are MPEG-1 Layer 3. But the bit rate says 32kbps. Joint Stereo, 44.1 kHz.

These tracks are Variable Bit Rate according to iTunes, but in Jaikoz the "Is VBR" column is not checked, if that's any help.

In iTunes, one of the tracks shows the bit rate as "227 kbps (VBR)", for example.

When I save changes to this song in Jaikoz, then the bit rate in iTunes changes to 32kbps, and the song length changes accordingly. The audio still plays fine however. In fact, when I play the song through, iTunes still jumps to the next track when this song finished. So, although iTunes says 32 minutes for the song length, it still ended at 4:30.

Bizarre. Is it possible these mp3's were ripped with a buggy encoder maybe? I've used several encoders over the years (Music Match, freeware rippers, etc.).
Hi there, just checking out the demo version for Mac OS X. Immediately found this strange problem:

I open a folder of songs, Jaikoz seems to analyze some files correctly, but others have their bitrate shown as 32kbps. Then when I go back to iTunes, the bit rates have changed to 32kbps also, and the song lengths are much longer than they should be (a 6 minute song is now 28 minutes, etc).

Maybe I'm doing something really wrong? Thanks for any ideas, it's cool software otherwise.

Jaikoz Demo 2.4.0 (1045) April 22 2008
Mac OS X 10.5.2
iTunes 7.6.2 (9)
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