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Earlier this year I run into the article that the creator of mp3 are retiring the format, it has been out for so so many years.

So, I also started to phrase out my MP3 collection and migrate to AAC format, but I've just noticed that Jaikoz doesn't support it atm.

I think it is an important feature for Jaikoz, so it keeps up to date to the audio format evolution.

What do you guys think?


http://www.ubergizmo.com/2017/05/creators-of-the-mp3-retiring-format/


And to help testing, there is for instance the following
http://convert2mp3.net

lostinlodos wrote:


If you want the script to put your files in containers, I'd be happy to pass it on. You'll need to load mp4box from an elevated prompt and side load the script, so typing in a command is required, but after that the mp4box interface is self explanatory;
Right click on the folder of MP4box and chose run a command prompt or open a command prompt here
point it to the directory you want to run the containering on e.g. C>users /mycomputer/music etc
Type y or n for the question on subfolders, and type r for run.

 


Yes please, send me in PM or leave it here somehow, I'll have a look the next weekend.

Thanks,
V
I'm still running into problem with .aac not begin recognised in 2017

For instance, any aac file generated by

http://convert2mp3.net
 
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