On Friday, August 22, 2003, at 01:30 PM, Frederick Lembeck wrote:
> I created an MP3, but I can't get the file info on it because it
> crashes out the screen.
> I want it to come up in something other than Audacity (say, Quicktime
> or RealPlayer) but it crashes out the display before I can get the
> cursor down the Menu to the File Info. Another bug to fix. Is there
> any easy way around this please?
Whoa, that's weird - what do you mean by crashing out the display?
What operating system are you using? Can you send a screenshot
of the problem?
> On Friday, August 22, 2003, at 11:32 AM, Matt Brubeck wrote:
>> Frederick Lembeck wrote:
>>> I downloaded and installed 1.2.0-pre 1 and I find that when I try
>>> recording an internet stream it stops recording inexplicably
>>> along the way. I suspected this might be caused by the screen saver
>>> snapping on, but even with the screen saver turned off it still stops
>>> recording in the middle for no discernible reason.
>>> Is this fixable on my end or should I wait for the perfected version
>> This may be a bug in Audacity. Hopefully we can fix it in the next
>> Does this happen every time you record with the new Audacity, or only
>> some of the time? About how long does recording last before stopping?
>> Note: If Audacity 1.1.3 works better on your system and you want to
>> continue using it, you can work around the MP3 export bug by exporting
>> only stereo tracks (the bug only affects mono MP3s). If you need to
>> create MP3s of mono tracks, you can convert them to stereo in Audacity
>> first, or you can export them as WAV and use a separate program to
>> encode them to MP3.
>> Thanks for your feedback, and sorry for any trouble!
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