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Old 19th November 2004, 01:44   #9
DJ Egg
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Solution? Don't use iTunes to encode m4a/aac. Or if you do, then don't try to edit the tags with any other program, because only iTunes supports the non-standard crap that they put in the headers (though some other players might support it, in particular by those who are up Apple's arse) ;-)

Note: You might have better luck using the 3rd-party audiocoding.com in_mp4.dll instead of the default Nullsoft one :/
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