TrenttonY

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I ripped a CD using iTunes Plus default option and a song or two has an extra second on the song duration, should be 7:10 but is 7:11, what should I do?
 

TrenttonY

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But when I search the song file on my computer not iTunes it shows the right time?
 
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Julien

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Probably not a second but just rounding. The song/file could be 7:1049 seconds. Why do you feel the need to do anything? Does this have any effect on playback, use or enjoyment?
 
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TrenttonY

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Probably not a second but just rounding. The song/file could be 7:1049 seconds. Why do you feel the need to do anything? Does this have any effect on playback, use or enjoyment?

I'm very OCD about my music, so if I bought the same song on iTunes its would round also?
 
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Drew017

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Song run times can tend to vary... For instance if you ripped a CD, and a certain song's run time was 3:45, but bought the same song on iTunes, it could be 3:34, 3:36, etc. As a previous poster stated, it's likely just how it is rounded. And OP if you're really that worried about it, you can download Audacity for free, and manipulate the track run times how you want ;)
 
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