I have a number of mp3 files that I encoded via LAME from the original super nes sound files. They sound fine in the following:
- Windows Media Player
- Foobar2000 (windows)
- VLC (all platforms)
- Clementine (linux)
- doubleTwist cloud player (android)
But there are constant sound flubs in itunes in sierra (as well as the last umpteen versions of itunes dating back to mavericks (when I first had this problem) as well as doubletwist on mac.
As I am primarily a Mac user, I would really like to get these sounding correct in iTunes rather than use VLC et al. All I found about it was this. Does anyone know why this would be the case?
I've used mediaInfo to look at a good and 'bad' mp3:
Good (plays in all players on all platforms):
Dragon Quest VI Another World MPEG Audio Overall bit rate mode: variable Overall bit rate: 130kbps 32.0 kHz 2chan MPEG version 1 layer 3
Final Fantasy V Ahead on our Way Overall bit rate mode: variable Overall bit rate: 210 kbps 32.0 kHz 2chan MPEG version 1 layer 3