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I got a new MP3 player, and so obviously I'm putting a bunch of music on it.
One problem is that, when I uploaded my Rush albums to my PC, without noticing, I uploaded them at 320kbs, and well, they take up well over a gig. On my PC, this isn't a problem, but I have more limited space on my player. Is there a way to take a bunch of song files all of the same type and bitrate and convert them to a lower bitrate? Say, probably 128kbs? I have a program that can do conversions, but it only does one at a time, and you have to manually add each song when the last one is done. It's 18 albums worth of songs, so this isn't ideal.