Apple or any streaming-music company doesn't want to let you do that. They just look like two copies of the same song. But every file in iTunes stores information about the song, such as its artist, length, and file type. Share Pin Email. Sam Costello. Sam Costello has been writing about tech since His writing has appeared in publications such as CNN.
Facebook Twitter. Updated November 08, Will a folder be found from my car stereo? Or several folders? Did I do this right by just dropping the songs directly on the device? Note: there is no security folders or software on this 8Gb stick, only songs.
Note: My questions may be to help others Thanks, JB. Is this a GM car by any chance? I have a 16GB stick with about podcasts on mine, and I don't have any such issue with it. I think it would work equally well as you have done it, without any folders. You can find the folders on the car stereo, but you have to dig for them. The bitrate used for encoding a song has a large effect on file size.
For example, a song that is encoded at Kbps yields a larger file size than the same song encoded at a bitrate of Kbps. The encoding method can also affect how many songs will fit on your portable device— variable bitrate files generate a smaller file compared to constant bitrate files.
One reason the VBR vs. CBR question matters is that VBR files generally produce better sound and sometimes result in smaller files if the audio properties of the original sound support it, but they decode more slowly and thus some playback devices cannot handle them. CBR is universally accepted despite known limitations in acoustic quality. Choosing an audio format for your particular portable is also an important factor to consider. The MP3 standard may be the most widely supported audio format, but your device may be able to use an alternative format that produces smaller files.
AAC, for example, is regarded as being better than MP3. It typically produces higher quality audio and is more efficient at compression. Flash-memory MP3 players don't come with quite as much storage space, but they don't use moving parts and are generally more durable -- something that's better for those who want to listen while exercising. Flash-memory players usually have enough storage space up to 64 GB to satisfy even those with fairly large music libraries. Although the hard-disk variety is still around Apple's iPod Classic, for example, can carry GB , flash-memory players are much more common.
But if you have an extremely large library of music more than 64 GB worth , or you want to also use a lot of storage space for video and high quality photos, consider a hard-disk player. Sometimes the MP3 player itself isn't enough -- accessories can make the experience of listening to music even better. I highly recommend Poweramp. Not only will it let you scan other locations MicroSD and SD card in a dock , it also includes a band equalizer that can be configured for separate devices I use it for both wired headphones and a Bluetooth headset; it switches profiles automatically.
Sent from myTransformer TF using Tapatalk 2. Sponsored Links. Replies: 9 Last Post: , AM. Replies: 0 Last Post: , PM. Sony memory stick By lampie in forum Ice Cream Sandwich.Jul 19, · 6) Now copy or move all the mp3 files from the CONVERTED folder back to your flash drive. Be careful to maintain the directory structure created by the process in step 5.
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