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# How do you change the bit rate from the song?

Updated: 11/8/2022

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you will need to "rip" depending of the type of song file mp3, ogg, wma, etc with the correct/desired encoder and you will need a higher quality source unless you are changing to a lower bit rate like example :128 to 96

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