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Hi there i've created some ogg (oga) files to listen to on my HTC Desire. I've used very low bitrate settings. My HTC Desire music app does recognize the files an I can play but the playback skipps after a couple of seconds and jumps to the next track.

Is there a low bitrate limitation for Ogg Vorbis files? A min. bitrate required?

Link: supported media formats

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That's kind of strange. Have you tried encoding a song or two at a higher bitrate to see if it still skips? – eldarerathis Apr 26 '11 at 19:28
Sounds more like a problem with the encoder not writing the file headers properly, or something. Have you tried another encoder? Do they play well on your PC in various apps? – Matthew Read Apr 26 '11 at 19:33

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