If you have $30 spare clams, you can get Quicktime Pro. Quicktime Pro allows you compress the music DRAMATICALLY. These serves many purposes:<br><br>1. Your .Mac space will 'serve' less info. For instance, instead of 50 people streaming 3.2 megabytes from you, it will be like 1 megabyte instead, shaving off 2/3s of bandwidth consumption. (That isn't an issue yet with .Mac, but someday they may set limits to how much you can stream, so it may help to be ahead on this issue.)<br><br>2. By compressing the pants off of a tune, you protect the artist. If you've heard my streams at MC, they sound fine, and yet you wouldn't really want to keep them in lieu of much better fidelity versions.<br><br>3. By compressing the daylights out of it (you sense I like that, feel powerful..), you make streaming doable for dial-up-ers. And if you're a dialup-er, a small file is much easier to upload.<br><br>I won't bother with the compression instructions unless someone asks..<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by NotTheOnly1 on 10/26/02 03:08 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
hmmm..alright..seems we have some skimmers here! LOL<br><br>Ok..here we go in chronological order:<br><br>at 226pm today:<br>I just edited it out and now it's the politic song<br><br>at 250pm today:<br> Where? here? of course it's not gonna work here! I took it out<br><br>at 301pm today:<br>If you mean here, which is what I thought since Gizmo said my test didn't work, then of course it isn't gonna work..I edited it out!<br><br>
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