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  1. Dear forum support, I also just downloaded Switch. I noticed the 5MB .WAV file I converted to mp3 becomes 22MB. I was surprised because wav should be larger than mp3 format. then I found this post in the forum and realized it depend on how the .wav file is encoded. According to the reply, If it is gsm encoded then it could be larger when convert to mp3. Indeed the .wav file that I converted was from a mp3 player/recording device of a recorded seminar. I wonder if someone can tell me: 1) How can I tell which encoding was used on that wav file? 2)if the file was encoded with gsm then is (5mb to 22mb)the right size ratio fro converting from gsm to mp3? 3)if not, did I do anything (like certain settings) or something (I just got this new computer is getting used to all the wierd things in Vista) just went totally wrong during the conversion? Thanks in advance, Tina Lin
  2. Dear Switch team and forum members, I was going to download switch from Download.com, however, I saw the post of this guy then I got hesitated. Since I don't know if what he is saying is true for not, I didn't want to risk my computer getting this virus that he claimed to "came" with Switch. That's why I was hoping someone here can tell me if he has valid reason to say what he said, here is his post below: (1st post) Pros: this program works great and does what it says. but Cons: after about 10 conversions McAfee poped up and it seems that i was make my own virus for my computer and didn't even make the .wav (2nd post) Exploit-LoadImgAPI is the virus that was put on my computer. good thing i had the lates .dat files on my pc. seems to be a new virus. hope you have virus scan!!!! seems that people didn't use that alot before they rated it so high. or they are infected and didn't know it. information about the virus in the program. Vulnerabilities in Anti virus products Date : Feb. 15, 2005 It is possible to create specially crafted ARJ archives that cause a buffer overflow. This allows an attacker to execute code of his choice on the target system. Microsoft Security Bulletin MS05-002 Vulnerability in LoadImage API Could Allow Remote Code Execution (891711) For Microsoft's details of this vulnerability please see: microsofts security/bulletin/MS05-002.mspx What do you guys think?
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