PandoraJam Update: 1.3 (build 247)

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

This release will make you happy. Enjoy.

[Direct Link]
http://www.bitcartel.com/downloads/pandorajam.zip

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 Pandora.com 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 Pandora.com 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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