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even dumber than mine.
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Post edited 7/01/08 3:25AM
I've been trying to use the music conversion software Tunebite to convert some of my .m4p music files to .mp3.
Recently however, whenever I try to convert the music, the program decides it needs to be blasting the song at full volume and the .mp3 becomes almost un-listenable. The program has been doing this for ages and nothing I have done has really fixed it.
I have fiddled with every option in the program and in my computer to try to fix the problem but nothing has really helped. I have the program set to high-speed dubbing and that always seemed to work before, but now when I try to convert multiple songs it doesn't even convert at high-speed anymore. I tried the analog mode as well but that is not a realistic option.
If anyone knows why this is caused and what can be done to fix it I would be greatly appreciative.
Here is my system information.
HP Pavillion dv9700 Notebook PC
Windows Vista Home Premium SP1 (32 bit)
Intel Core 2 Duo T7250 @ 2.00GHz
3 gigs RAM
Realtek High Definition Audio
Tunebite is also updated to the latest version as far as I know and it is the premium version.
If you need to know anything else just say so.
Thanks in advance.
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I'm attempting to transfer some home videos of mine to my computer from my Panasonic PV-GS36 DVC camera except I have no idea how to do it. I've got it hooked up to my computer with the firewire cable and all, and the computer recognizes it. I am able to get screenshots I've taken with it on to the computer but I see no video anywhere.
Anyone know how I can do this?
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what do you think?