Re: USB drive organization
Posted: Sun Jun 22, 2014 2:08 pm
You can use any of several free programs to convert the wav audio files to mp3. I can recommend Super.
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Because the folks who wrote the software in the headend restricted it so. Why? Maybe they had to acquire an extra software license (although since it supports, WMA, you would think that it would be included). These are the same folks who apparently made it sort based upon DOS short-names. They probably had a spec that said what it should support and then only enabled those containers and codecs.karma wrote:... why should the Leaf care if it's a .wav, mp3, or wma ...
Most people really can't tell the difference. Most car audio systems make the difference even less discernible.karma wrote:so you can imagine the depth and saturation you are losing.
FAT32. You may need to do some file name editing if you want a certain order (mentioned above), but that's basically it. I typically group things by folder...which are also read in alphabetical order.be236 wrote:I might have missed this point.. but what disk file system format does LEAF read from USB hard drive? NTFS? FAT32?
Then I just format that for my USB drive and copy in MP3 files to use?