That depends on how well the mp3s are encoded, and how critical your hearing is. I personally don't mind good quality mp3 rips, but some people hate them.To be more specific, in regards to Saturn games, does ISO-MP3 provide decent quality rips? How big of a difference is there between the two formats?
Usually the audio quality is the only difference. However some games are very picky about post gaps and pregaps and a bin/cue rip makes this much easier. Also dual data mode discs tend to be easier to burn as bin/cue.Also, the only difference in quality would be the audio right? Would people prefer BIN-CUE rips over ISO-MP3?
Here you go: 96, 128, 160 (usually divisible by 16, and in some cases, by 8).Originally posted by Xavier@May 17 2002,08:53
Ive gotten some that are 98 .(crap)
128 148 are good
anything over 168 gets to be overkill and after awhile isnt any smaller than the original wav file .
That just my opion , sorry its been awhile since I played around with mp3's so I might have some of the exact numbers confused .