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Re: Optimal Format for Publishing Bird Vocalizations

Subject: Re: Optimal Format for Publishing Bird Vocalizations
From: "kit8parrish9" kit8parrish9
Date: Mon Jan 14, 2008 9:10 pm ((PST))
I hope that an optimal format for publishing bird vocalizations would call =
for self-
documenting recordings. That is, the data for each file should be contained=
 within the file
itself. Some recent publications have done this, and just about all the fil=
es on www.xeno- have the data for each recording written onto the mp3 fields of t=
hat recording, so
that it becomes visible inside a program like iTunes. I think that's an imp=
ortant step forward.
Optimality might also call for having only one species per CD track.

Thanks, John, for the many publications you have made available to us. They=
 are enormously


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