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XJs4Ever April 12th, 2009 09:01 AM

Safe And Legal Music Files
 
I remember the trouble Napster got into and the other folks who got nailed sharing copyrighted mp3's so I only share soundboard recordings.

These are free and legal files available to anyone who knows where to look. I have about 1,400 files [approx 90 complete albums] that were never released, never copyrighted, etc. from ABBA to Whitesnake. Today I am only sharing Pink Floyd files [takes too dang long for all 1400 files to load so I just do a few at a time]. They are in a .flac file form 90% of the time but I convert to 320 bitrate mp3s.

Problem with some of them is the mp3 ID tags sometimes are 'track 1' 'track 2' and so on but I'm sure theres a way to browse them to see what album/artist they're from, but most do have the artist name in the tag somewhere so hopefully they do pop up on peoples searches.

Lord of the Rings April 12th, 2009 08:10 PM

Likewise, I share a lot of never released material, mostly concert & jams/rehearsal sessions, etc. Likewise PF. ;)

I'm still sharing over 100 AIFF files ... slowly working the number down converting to FLAC so it's easier for them to download at 50-65% of the size of wav/aif uncompressed file size. I probably share over 500 FLAC. Some Apple Lossless. Rest are mp3/m4a. Sometimes I give both alternatives, FLAC & mp3, depending on what the user would prefer. :)

Similar applies to videos. I have some videos never officially released. I convert to mpeg 4 H.264 (multipass), 256 AAC. I maintain the original viewing dimensions such as PAL 720 x 576.
There seems to be too many poor quality MPeg 1 & MPeg 2 videos out there, small resolution of 320x240 or such. MPeg 4 H.264 is the best out there at present, MPeg 1 is obsolete & MPeg 2 is old now & nowhere near as good as MPeg 4 H.264 which compresses better without the loss in quality.

Sleepless April 13th, 2009 09:46 AM

Get Tag and Rename download page. Tag and Rename by MP3Developments, download from Media Management subcategory. Tag and Rename is a powerful, easy-to-use program for organizing and archiving your library of music files you won't regret it.

Note: remember to list source in filename e.g. (Live) or (SDB)


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