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    Default Dolphin- Changing the file names and bitrates for MP3 conversion from CDR

    When I open a Music CD with Dolphin I notice many folders - CDA, FLAC, Full CD, Information, MP3, Ogg Vobis and all the native WAV files. I am guessing that Dolphin is using other applications to convert the wave files. How do I change the way it creates the name string and the sampling rate used to make the MP3 and Ogg files?
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    Default Re: Dolphin- Changing the file names and bitrates for MP3 conversion from CDR

    Quote Originally Posted by 2fry View Post
    When I open a Music CD with Dolphin I notice many folders - CDA, FLAC, Full CD, Information, MP3, Ogg Vobis and all the native WAV files. I am guessing that Dolphin is using other applications to convert the wave files. How do I change the way it creates the name string and the sampling rate used to make the MP3 and Ogg files?
    You have to do this in "Systemsettings > Multimedia > Audio CDs". There should be four tabs: "General", "Names", "Mp3Encoder", "Ogg Vorbis Encoder."

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    Default Re: Dolphin- Changing the file names and bitrates for MP3 conversion from CDR

    Thanks, I should have been able to figure that out.
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