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Sackboy
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Re: FW 2.70 Removes AAC Support.

Apr 2, 2009
i just hope the next update support .ogg file ._.
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Re: FW 2.70 Removes AAC Support.

Apr 2, 2009

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i just hope the next update support .ogg file ._.

Oh, dare we dream?  I've sent a couple of messages about this already.  It's small, the files are small, it's royalty-free and Open Source.  Why would they not support that?

 

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Re: FW 2.70 Removes AAC Support.

Apr 2, 2009

BasementTrix wrote:

ShinigamiWar wrote:
i just hope the next update support .ogg file ._.

Oh, dare we dream?  I've sent a couple of messages about this already.  It's small, the files are small, it's royalty-free and Open Source.  Why would they not support that?

 


 

 

 

riiiiight...I'd love that and .mkv support....dont see it happening soon tho...

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Re: FW 2.70 Removes AAC Support.

Apr 2, 2009

AAC audio has not been disabled, Sony have abandoned the OLD 3GP extension for external connections.  Just change it to the New AAC/M4A extension for the files. No re-encoding is required.

This change has been added at the same time as the new Dynamic volume system, there is likely a link. What this does mean is that when you move the files of the PS3 HDD, they wont show up again.

Unless you do change the extension. The built in PS3 CD ripper still rips to the internal HDD in the 3GP container.

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Re: FW 2.70 Removes AAC Support.

Apr 2, 2009

GraphiteGB wrote:

AAC audio has not been disabled, Sony have abandoned the OLD 3GP extension for external connections.  Just change it to the New AAC/M4A extension for the files. No re-encoding is required.

This change has been added at the same time as the new Dynamic volume system, there is likely a link. What this does mean is that when you move the files of the PS3 HDD, they wont show up again.

Unless you do change the extension. The built in PS3 CD ripper still rips to the internal HDD in the 3GP container.

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The problem lies with the files i've ripped on my laptop using iTunes, and then copied over to the ps3.
They played fine up until 2.70, though i'm interested in what you said about the extensions, can you change them on the ps3?
EDIT: Never mind. tried changing the extensions, and nothing. "The data type is unsupported." shows up every time.
this sucks. 

 

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Re: FW 2.70 Removes AAC Support.

Apr 2, 2009

All my music is ripped by Itunes as well in M4A ( on a MAC so I dont use anything else but Itunes ) all of it still plays. 

 

http://blip.tv/file/get/GraphiteGB-Ccvbc656.m4a  old rip 

http://blip.tv/file/get/GraphiteGB-01UnrealTournamentThemeUT3Remix938.m4a new ripp.

 

Were the files transfered by media server Or memory card.  Edit : your not using a media server right. 

 

 

 

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Re: FW 2.70 Removes AAC Support.

Apr 2, 2009
I'm having the same problem.  About 1/2 of the songs I've ripped from CD's to the ps3's hard drive as AAC are now showing up as unsupported data after the update while others, also AAC's work fine.  Hopefully this will be fixed in 2.71.
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Re: FW 2.70 Removes AAC Support.

Apr 2, 2009

decoyb wrote:
I'm having the same problem.  About 1/2 of the songs I've ripped from CD's to the ps3's hard drive as AAC are now showing up as unsupported data after the update while others, also AAC's work fine.  Hopefully this will be fixed in 2.71.

 

Can you discern any pattern as to which AAC ones work and which ones do not? Could you look at when you ripped some of them, as perhaps they changed their method at some point in time. Also, were they all ripped with the same bit rate?
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Apr 2, 2009
am gonna call these idiot right now.  dumb **bleep** suckers
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Apr 2, 2009

pasufarin wrote:

decoyb wrote:
I'm having the same problem.  About 1/2 of the songs I've ripped from CD's to the ps3's hard drive as AAC are now showing up as unsupported data after the update while others, also AAC's work fine.  Hopefully this will be fixed in 2.71.

 

Can you discern any pattern as to which AAC ones work and which ones do not? Could you look at when you ripped some of them, as perhaps they changed their method at some point in time. Also, were they all ripped with the same bit rate?
 
I checked the bitrates, they were all 320kbs.  You may be onto something as far as when I ripped them.  The newest ones, ripped within the last couple of months, worked while the older ones did not seem to work. 

 

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