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    Subject says it all--I'd like not to have to convert all my WMA to MP3 or Ogg. Couldn't find an answer on their site.

    Thanks
    John
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    Originally posted by drtango
    Subject says it all--I'd like not to have to convert all my WMA to MP3 or Ogg.
    My PC version will. Not staight out of the box, but with a download of their WMA Codec.

    My assumtion is that the PDA version will too, but I'm not a programmer. Would it be the same? Or would the WMA Codec have to be written special for the PDA version?
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    Originally posted by drtango
    Subject says it all--I'd like not to have to convert all my WMA to MP3 or Ogg. Couldn't find an answer on their site.

    Thanks
    John
    Feature List:

    1. Local playback of audio files from SD cards. Large cards (>128MB) are supported.
    2. Supported Audio formats:
    a. RealAudio (.RM, .RMJ) - All G2 audio and higher bitrate RealAudio 8 (Atrac 3).
    Older content based on RealAudio 3.0 or Sipro Voice codecs are not supported.
    b. MP3 (.MP3) - MP3 files 64kbps and higher are supported including VBR
    (variable-bit-rate) and CBR (constant-bit-rate) files. Some lower
    bitrate types and MP3 files based on 48khz sampling rates are not supported.
    These are quite rare.
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    AAC files are not included in this list... I thought the whole point was to be able to play the AAC files that they want you to buy from the realplayer music store?

    Originally posted by mrfred8


    Feature List:

    1. Local playback of audio files from SD cards. Large cards (>128MB) are supported.
    2. Supported Audio formats:
    a. RealAudio (.RM, .RMJ) - All G2 audio and higher bitrate RealAudio 8 (Atrac 3).
    Older content based on RealAudio 3.0 or Sipro Voice codecs are not supported.
    b. MP3 (.MP3) - MP3 files 64kbps and higher are supported including VBR
    (variable-bit-rate) and CBR (constant-bit-rate) files. Some lower
    bitrate types and MP3 files based on 48khz sampling rates are not supported.
    These are quite rare.

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