If I play an original mp3 via a USB stick on the car stereo, it works fine. BUT...I've edited out some dead air at the end of some songs with Audacity. Instead of getting 8 seconds of silence at the end, now it goes right into the next song.
The car stereo mis-estimates the play back time. This is on a 2013 Accord LX 4-door with the stock radio.
There's a little timeilne/progress bar thingy on the screen during playback. It doesn't scroll fast enough so that when the song is over, the progress line is only about halfway done instead of all the way. This only happens on mp3's that I've edited.
Any idea what's causing this? Thanks.
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It could be a few things, but for starters....
MP3DirectCut can edit MP3s without re-encoding. It can even do fade-ins/outs or adjust the volume. Try using it instead.
For the files MP3s you've already edited, try opening them with MP3DirectCut and using the File/Save Complete Audio option to create a new MP3 to see if the problem goes away.
Did some testing with that program and no more problems! Thanks for the link.Intel i7-950 ASUS GeForce GTX460 1GB 12GB G.Skill DDR3 1600 MHz OCZ Vertex 2 60GB SSD WD Caviar Black 1TB 7200 RPM 64MB Cache