Author Topic: How to change MPEG files to MP3 Or Wav.  (Read 1592 times)

sveakul

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This sounds similar to a problem someone posted earlier where it turned out the contents were actually DASH AAC audio that had been wrapped as MPEG files.  What a mess.

jhi1040

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I got this far, but still won´t play. I cant seem to get the ¨new bak¨ to show on Music Bee library.

WARNING: "C:\Users\jhi36\OneDrive\MUSIC\The Rolling Stones\Exile on Main St\05 Tumbling Dice.mp3" (offset 0x80a): Garbage at the end of the file
WARNING: "C:\Users\jhi36\OneDrive\MUSIC\The Rolling Stones\Exile on Main St\05 Tumbling Dice.mp3": Too few MPEG frames (it's unlikely that this is a MPEG audio file)
INFO: "C:\Users\jhi36\OneDrive\MUSIC\The Rolling Stones\Exile on Main St\05 Tumbling Dice.mp3": No MPEG frames, +ID3v1+ID3v2, CBR
Rebuilding file "C:\Users\jhi36\OneDrive\MUSIC\The Rolling Stones\Exile on Main St\05 Tumbling Dice.mp3"...
FIXED: "C:\Users\jhi36\OneDrive\MUSIC\The Rolling Stones\Exile on Main St\05 Tumbling Dice.mp3": File was rebuilt
Done!