A piece of software that covers converting PDF to Word can be a big help considering that through PDF conversion, either using a program of an online PDF converter, can change a document in ways that only a PDF conversion tool can handle, although if you can, you can always get document scanning Atlanta to scan the document for you and convert it to pdf.
In yet another byproduct of The Great Hard Drive Disaster of 2005, I’m looking for a new audio converter. I’ve been using dBPowerAmp for several years, but the new version I’ve been forced to use since the HD failure only shreds the audio instead of merely converting it.
So, I’m looking for suggestions: anyone know a good MP3 converter? I’m not going from .wav to .mp3, but from .mp3 to a different bitrate .mp3 — and it absolutely, positively, 100% has to preserve the ID3 tags and not change the file name. I’m striking out in finding such a beast, so I turn to you, the userbase. Any ideas are welcome…please hit the “Comments” link below. Thanks.
UPDATE (3/25): found an old version of dBPowerAmp, and life is good again. Thanks to all for the suggestions.
Thanks again to Ron Gitschier, who provided the IDs used in this almost all-FM update from Jacksonville. This includes a simulcast ID of WSOS-FM in St. Augustine and its former simulcast partner, 1170 WKLN (which is now WSOS, but which no longer carries its FM counterpart’s programming). Confused? Good, just go check out the IDs. And no, I don’t know why the IDs I upload include the “0:12 – 96 Kbit/s” info — it’s just there.
Thanks to everyone who’s re-sent in IDs that were lost in the hard drive crash. It’s probably not a great sign that I haven’t heard anything from the drive recovery people yet, but we maintain hope.
Jeff Lehmann had sent a ton of stuff from Boston that got lost in the crash and was kind enough to re-send it. Dig on the audio from the home of the World Champion Red Sox (yeah, that one was for Fybush).
From the FCC’s Daily Digest:
LEIGHTON ENTERPRISES, INC., LICENSE OF STATION KBOT(FM), PELICAN RAPIDS, MN. Notified Leighton Enterprises, Inc. of its Apparent Liability for Forfeiture in the amount of $5,000 for broadcasting station identification announcements that did not contain the required call sign followed by the station’s community of license.
Action by: Chief, Investigations and Hearings Division, Enforcement Bureau.
Yep, they got clipped five bills for not legal ID-ing.
Not ID-ing. For 20 of 24 hours a day. For almost three months.