PandoraJam Update: 1.3 (build 247)

PandoraJam 1.3 (build 247) is now available for download.

This release will make you happy. Enjoy.

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Summary of changes:
– Faster recordings
– Resolved issues with ffmpeg install

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7 Responses to PandoraJam Update: 1.3 (build 247)

  1. Marc says:

    Why is now recording at 22 kHz 64 kbps? I’d pay $15 for 44 kHz 128 kpbs…

  2. Simon says:

    Recording is only one feature of PandoraJam, and the application is a bargain at the current price, given all the features :-)The audio that is broadcast by has changed over the past few weeks, from 128kbps to 64 kbps, and they have changed codec from MP3 to AAC, so it’s not a simple comparison of bitrates or sample rate to determine audio quality.Personally, I haven’t found any change in quality of the audio, but audiophiles might notice something on decent speakers. I don’t know why have made this change, but I’m sure they’ve got the best interest of listeners in mind!

  3. Marc says:

    Indeed it is an amazing program

  4. TI3GIB says:

    Windoze please ?

  5. Anonymous says:

    after recent updates to my PandoraJam (I’m on build 247), all the recordings in iTunes are like twice as long as the actual song length; it plays back normally in iTunes, but if I playback elsewhere (like on a CD) each track has several minutes of dead air. Any ideas?

  6. Simon says:

    iTunes is incorrectly reporting the song length. QuickTime Player and VLC both report the song length correctly. The recordings also play fine on an iPod.Regarding the CD player, what brand/model are you using that supports AAC recordings? Note: It’s impossible to provide support for all the various hardware/software combinations out there, but worth investigating…

  7. Anonymous says:

    I think it’s more a function of iTunes than the CD player (I’m using a SONY discman), because I burn the CD with iTunes and it only lets me record like 8 tracks (because there’s so much empty space from 4:00 minute songs taking 8:00 minutes of space). Is there any way to make iTunes record the time correctly, or to change it manually for each song?

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