Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by IDLE, Aug 25, 2005.
what the hell is this .cbr extension. its some sort of encoding for mp3 but how do o play them?
File Type: Comic Book Archive
Description: Compressed set of JPEG, PNG, or static GIF images; pages are automatically ordered and can be presented one or two at a time
Open With: Windows: CDisplay or .RAR file utility (will extract images, but not necessarily in the correct order)
Gotta love google lol... guess thats what it is anyway
i saw that too but if you look at other sites its some type of encdoing to audio
I noticed the Comic Book Archive thing too. If you say it's an mp3 file, I would assume the cbr stands for constant bitrate (as opposed to VBR for variable bitrate). It doesn't play if you simply change the extension to .mp3?
welp installed winrar and opened these files and sure enough they are jpegs of a damn comic book....crapola
Cool what comic ?
Super Power. it was 165mb of jpegs
What did you think it was?
truthfully an album i was looking for with same title and album anme