MP3 encoder doesn't go beyond 56kbps

Discussion in 'Windows 64bit' started by Martijn Saly, Dec 26, 2005.

  1. Martijn Saly

    Martijn Saly Guest

    I use VirtualDub to encode a movie, and obviously I want to encode the audio
    track with MP3. But the builtin codec won't go beyond 56kbps. I installed
    WMP10 because I know for a fact that it can rip music from CD to 192kbps MP3
    without extra software (yes, I've seen it work) and many people commenting
    on this problem say you need WMP10, so I installed it.

    Furthermore, I applied the registry workaround:

    On my laptop (32-bits Windows) this works perfectly. But on my x64 box it
    doesn't do anything.

    Any suggestions?

    (and can someone maybe explain why the MP3 codec is limited to 56kbps??)
    Martijn Saly, Dec 26, 2005
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