Mp3Pro and Windows Media Player 8 (XP)

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by sadsonic, Mar 9, 2002.

  1. sadsonic

    sadsonic Guest

    I was thinking of converting my music to mp3pro to save diskspace.. I have already done so with some of the files, but I would like to use WMA player to play them, is that possible, without loosing quality..?

  2. waddy

    waddy OSNN Senior Addict

  3. sadsonic

    sadsonic Guest

    Yes I know, but I have gotten used to use WMP .. :-(

    PS. Hey cool Gif. .!
  4. Qumahlin

    Qumahlin Moderator

    I doubt MS will support mp3pro anytime soon in WMP since they still want WMA to be the "preferred" codec...hell I bet the only reason they even included mp3 was so that people would wanna convert their mp3's to wma :p
  5. sadsonic

    sadsonic Guest

    Yes, that sounds about right, you know they included that wma converter in XPPlus, had me fooled, I actualy thought that the wma8 codec would match mp3pro. Now I dont think so, it sounds to unclear below 128 kbps, and then whats the point in converting.. :confused: (?) I think Mp3pro sounds great at 64kbps and up ..

    -Isnt it possible to use the Nero codec in some way .. ?