Todd Tannenbaum wrote:
> john <email@example.com> wrote:
>>What format do you save your music in for playing on your palm.
>>most common will be mp3 format and using realplayer to play.
> I save in 0GG format.... smaller files than mp3 at the same
> sound quality. I rip my cds using AudiGrabber on windows
> (excellent freeware that supports ripping to 0GG with one click).
> I tranfer the files to my palm either via wifi with SmbMate
> (free software that can browse Windows shares) or via the cradle
> and Softick CardExport, and then play them with PocketTunes.
This can also be done easily with Grip. I suspect that the MP3 patent issues
have expired by now, but OGG is still preferable. If only it was more
You can play OGG files with AeroPlayer. The free version of AeroPlayer plays
OGG and you need to pay for MP3 compatibility.
> Unfortunately, my Tungsten C only has a mono headphone jack...
> why it isn't stereo is beyond me. At least AudioGrabber allows me
> to make mono rips, thus making even smaller files.
My Tungsten has gone mono as well a few weeks back. The headphones jack
only sends a signal to the right side, but not the left. Poor hardware.
Roy S. Schestowitz