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Re:Misleading lead-in

Posted by: Nathan Willis on October 10, 2006 11:53 AM
I don't know where you got that quoted phrase, but it wasn't from the article.

In fact, MP3FS is far more useful than a transcoding-and-copying script.


  • It is automatic

  • It is transparent to the devices

  • It takes no preparation on the user's part

  • It uses zero disk space

  • It can be remounted at any bitrate

  • it can be used simultaneously by an unlimited number of devices and applications



And who said anything about breaking the law? MP3 encoder licenses are not difficult to get or expensive, for those who live in a place where the law requires them. In fact there are some companies who pay for license fees to distribute them free to Linux users.

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