I bought iLife 04 too, but didn't get '05 because no itunes 5!ifjake said:yikes iTunes pro sounds like a bad idea to me. i bought iLife 04, and am not buying iLife again till i have a new computer.
have you played around with the crossfade option in the audio section of the preferences?? this might help make it a bit more bareableslb said:Really, I want nothing more than gapless playback. Support the LAME gapless tags in MP3s, and support tags in AAC.
HE-ACC would be pretty darned nice too, but I just want gapless more than anything else. "Dark Side of the Moon" is a pain to listen to.
Isn't DVD Studio Pro a pro version of iDVD?? Maybe I am way off with this idea. Just a thought.chameeeleon said:*OK, and sidenote "Apple do it with a lot of things" example - it's just "DVD Studio Pro", there's no "DVD Studio" and "DVD Studio Pro" - just the ONE app.
You won't have to buy iLife again if you buy a new computer. It will be free.ifjake said:yikes iTunes pro sounds like a bad idea to me. i bought iLife 04, and am not buying iLife again till i have a new computer.
EXactly. This strategy has always failed for Apple. Always.dotdotdot said:Wow, whoever mentioned iTunes 5 Pro should be punished...
What about the 90% of users who use PCs who are just realizing, Hey, this FREE iTunes software is amazing! Maybe ALL macs are this good!
VS Pro thinking. "Im not buying this version from this crappy company. I'll google "itunes pro keygen""
QuickTime Pro was a bad idea, why make it worse?
You keep mentioning this in what seems like every thread in this forum. Okay, we get it.James Philp said:I bought iLife 04 too, but didn't get '05 because no itunes 5!
To bunble a program into the box that is free to download seems a bit peevish to me! iTunes Pro would make it work the layout for me (I only really use iPhoto on a regular basis apart from iTunes)
...and still people cannot imagine such features that could justify a new major version i would say itunes has everything any other player has, and more. that said, itunes4 has really been ahead of its time, and we can be sure whenever itunes5 will be released, it will be huge.Daveway said:iTunes is WAYYY over due for an update.
And just what would you consider "high resolution audio"? iTunes will already play the full range that human ears can hear. Do you want a higher sampling frequency? This only works if you're coming from an analog source or a digital source that is at that rate. Maybe you just need to use Apple Lossless Encoding for your music?JFreak said:...
this is the year of "HD" - high resolution audio, anyone?
Gald you notice, it was all for you Adstract!Abstract said:You keep mentioning this in what seems like every thread in this forum. Okay, we get it.
However, iTunes was actually updated only a few days before iLife 05 was released, so you got an update. Its just not an update with all the stuff you wanted.
There really isn't much they can add to a music player anyway without making it more complex. You're after a different product altogether.
can you rip a dvd-audio disc in itunes? can you play a 24bit audio file in ipod? those are software issues that could easily be done but are currently missing features.Bear said:And just what would you consider "high resolution audio"?
JFreak said:can you rip a dvd-audio disc in itunes? can you play a 24bit audio file in ipod? those are software issues that could easily be done but are currently missing features.
and yes, with HD audio i would mean (at least) 24bit/96kHz audio that i work with in protools.
EDIT: while i'm at it, why not add HDCD support too, as it is just a matter of adding a proper codec... not sure about SACD, but i think that it is also physically readable by a standard dvd drive.
That would be standard DVD-Audio resolution, which would be up to 24-bit/192khz stereo and 24-bit/96khz 5.1 surround. If I remember correctly, HE-AAC supports both, so I imagine they'd just add that.Bear said:And just what would you consider "high resolution audio"?