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Been doing a little sequencing when playing visible screen timing seems good and on beat but when I play full sequence halfway through some of my channels are almost a half second off. Has anyone ever notice this to them before??

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Are you using MP3's and are they variable bit rate or constant bit rate? Dan recommends using .WAV files and I have since re-encoded everything and have not have any problems since.

Bill

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The sequence package that LOR sells on their website comes with MP3 files. However, they are all constant bit rate. Therefore, I kind of assumed that it was the constant bit rate that was important not the file type. By the way the files that come with the LOR sequence package appear to all be 128kbps. So far the only problem I have had is when the bit rate is variable (This happened when I first converted a CD to MP3s and missed a setting in my software).

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The only time I saw this happen was when I used one computer for sequencing the songs and another for running the shows. One computer used Windows Media Player-9 and the other had Media Player-10. Upgrading so they both ran Media Player-10 fixed the problem.

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Am using only one computer tonight when I noticed this will take a break and try next week again to find problem. Thanks for reply and any other Ideas that come up

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This is from the LOR website, I'm not sure if it might be related to your situation:

Warning: Windows Media Player 10 has the ability to rip CD's to MP3s, unfortunately, this is not done correctly if the CD is ripped to 128Kbps MP3 files. Media Player returns different timings when the song is played in its entirety as opposed to playing a small part of it while working in the Sequence Editor.

If you used Media Player 10 to rip your MP3s then this might be an issue.

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