Author Topic: Media URL working perfectly fine, player says "Could not find valid MPEG synch..  (Read 606 times)

Zarakoa

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The media URL works perfectly fine but the player itself is having difficulties. When I tried to add my link into this box. It could not verify.

I end up getting this error:


So I manually added it into the post with And it didn't work.

So I went into settings and selected "Yes, please try to fix this" from the drop-down box.

Then it works when I use the powerpress manual code, but not when I try to use the box at the bottom. (The first picture).
I still get the same error.

Luckily I'm blessed with a temporary fix, but I want the cool features that come with using the first box, rather than the manual code, such as download and "open in a new window". Look how featureless my player is:



Is there any way to fix this so that the player can find libsyn links? The file itself is 4800 HZ - 32 bit, and it's .mp3, something that should work for all players.
I'm watching TONS of other podcasters use a libsyn URL without problems. Why is mine spouting errors?

I'm not a customer, and I know I'm using my your competitors for hosting, but you have the most amazing podcasting plugin out there and I wish to use the full-features that I know you worked extremely hard on creating. I understand if you won't help me, and if that's the case I apologize for the inconvenience. I just hope nobody else has to experience my problem, it's not very fun.



mgdell

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You should encode at 44.1 or 22.05  Not 48.0.. 

See: http://create.blubrry.com/manual/creating-podcast-media/audio/mp3-mpeg-layer-3-tips/

Some players will have trouble with the file you encoded. It has nothing to do with where you are hosting the file.

-Mike

Zarakoa

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How much will that little bit of drop affect the sound of quality?

Thank you btw, I never found this link on my own.

mgdell

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You will never know the differenence between 48k and 44.1k

-Mike