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Paulagrace February 28th, 2013 09:56 PM

In FrostWire, what's the difference between picking a song with an AU format sound and picking one with an MP3?
 
The mp3 format is so you can transfer the song onto a cd or mp3/ipod. Frostwire is a sharing site and when you download a song or video other people can see what is popular and what isn't. If a song isn't very popular then it won't be easy to find. When you download something it goes into the library on there so you can easily see what you have. If you want to burn a cd or transfer music to an ipod, etc. You will have to go to your documents folder and looked for shared then when you open that you will see a list of all your downloaded songs and videos and from there you can start your transfers



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Lord of the Rings February 28th, 2013 10:15 PM

Actually, frostwire is not a file sharing site. The files downloaded via gnutella network with programs such as FrostWire are files that have been shared by people like you, perhaps a neighbour, perhaps someone from another part of the world. No files are stored on websites.

Beware of the AU format. On the gnutella network they are usually spam unfortunately.

Onlifecome68 September 24th, 2016 04:00 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lord of the Rings (Post 371789)
Actually, frostwire is not a file sharing site. The files downloaded via gnutella network with programs such as FrostWire are files that have been shared by people like you, perhaps a neighbour, perhaps someone from another part of the world. No files are stored on websites.

Beware of the AU format. On the gnutella network they are usually spam unfortunately.

it was helpfull thanks


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