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We at the station have to convert files from WAV to mp3 to upload them to our podcast site.

Occasionally, someone will mess with the kajiggers and the wrong rate will come up and shut down our whole internet.

Also occasionally, the program will save a file with the tag of .MP3 instead of .mp3

Is there any real difference in the capitalization? Or is it just how it looks and they are both .mp3...



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    Originally posted by Eddie Famous

    We at the station have to convert files from WAV to mp3 to upload them to our podcast site.

    Occasionally, someone will mess with the kajiggers and the wrong rate will come up and shut down our whole internet.

    Also occasionally, the program will save a file with the tag of .MP3 instead of .mp3

    Is there any real difference in the capitalization? Or is it just how it looks and they are both .mp3...


Interpretation of the file extension is on the client side and should generally be case insensitive. Bear in mind that file extensions go all the way back to the DOS days and that DOS was an entirely case-insensitive operating system. This was considered a feature by some and a bug by others.

In short, don't sweat the filename. Do sweat the kajiggers, though (as you've discovered, they do matter).
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