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Windows XP audio driver issue


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rshaffer61

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What are you trying to do?
I have found lots of information on it but it points to formats and streaming of audio files.
I keep seeing a program called Taglib being mentioned to access the metadata.

Edited by rshaffer61, 12 January 2010 - 09:09 PM.

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im tryna edit the attributes on my audio files so they maintain continuity but i dont know what codec or driver is gone that i cant do that anymore. i;ve found some stuff that might do tha trick... we'll see.... fingers crossed
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Ok thanks for the update. Sorry I'm not much help with this part. My extent of audio files is to listen to them.
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My iTunes and also my audio coming from the internet is playing through the front audio jack of my computer. I haven't tried it in the rear jacks but every other sound from other audio softwares i have I can hear. I have never had a problem like this. Please help.
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