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I’d like to hear a file, but the thread you quoted has the most likely answer. QuickTime doesn’t support HE-AAC (a.k.a. aacPlus, a.k.a. Enhanced AAC) or HE-AAC+ (a.k.a. aacPlus v2, a.k.a. Enhanced AAC+).
Make sure you have the latest version of Nero 7. Previous versions of Nero had some serious issues with AAC encoding.
I have experienced this myself. The generated AACs (with a file extension of M4A) play back "washy" in Quicktime, really badly. In iTunes, they play correctly, and if transferred to an iPod, also play correctly. The problem seems to lie solely in the Quicktime player.
Any thoughts/comments would be appreciated. I can provide a sample if needed, or anyone can download the Nero AAC encoder for free from:
Also, the developers of Nero frequent that HydrogenAudio forum, so they can be contacted through there directly if needed.
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