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==Miscellaneous==
 
==Miscellaneous==
===Ripping Format for CD's===
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===Ripping Format for CDs===
Here you can set the Format for how you want your CD's to ripped. Current choices are:
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Here you can set the Format for how you want your CDs to be ripped. Current choices are:
 
* MP3
 
* MP3
 
* Ogg
 
* Ogg
* Flac
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* FLAC
* Wav
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* WAV
for a more detailed description of the ripping process see how to [[Rip a CD/DVD to the Core]]
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For a more detailed description of the ripping process, see how to [[Rip a CD/DVD to the Core]]
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===Bit Rate===
 
===Bit Rate===
 
Here you can set the Bit Rate for which you want to encode.   
 
Here you can set the Bit Rate for which you want to encode.   

Latest revision as of 18:32, 20 April 2010

Linux Admin Website page which allows for entering of general installation settings.

This page allows you to input several pieces of information regarding your location and some basic settings that LinuxMCE will use.

Location

Here you can input your name and location.

Longitude/Latitude

Complete the drop down menus in order to find your exact map coordinates.

Current Time Zone

You can review and set your time zone.

Miscellaneous

Ripping Format for CDs

Here you can set the Format for how you want your CDs to be ripped. Current choices are:

  • MP3
  • Ogg
  • FLAC
  • WAV

For a more detailed description of the ripping process, see how to Rip a CD/DVD to the Core

Bit Rate

Here you can set the Bit Rate for which you want to encode.

CBR or VBR

  • Constant Bit Rate (CBR) In video coding, the bitrate of the compressed video is fixed at a certain rate. This usually results in variable perceived quality of the video.
  • Variable Bit Rate (VBR) A way of encoding video such that the data rate varies over time. This allows more complex scenes to use a higher data rate, balanced by using lower data rates in easily compressed scenes.