No, that setting has to do with how keyframes are set when using mixer automation; nothing to do with interleaving and won't have anything to do with the issue you're having. What sort of "break up" are you referring to?
192kbps vs. 448kbps: of course, there will be a difference. Will it be perceptible? Not to most people, I'd guess. It will take up more space, though.
Thanks for clearing up the first issue. I was looking for a solution. If you can remember, it sounds like a record player jumping. It is often. No. But is does happen a few times in the encoded file that I play on Windows media player. Does it happen on the time line? No. Any suggestions will help.
Hi, Colin, let me make another observation. I was wrong about the time line.
Any other piece of music I have imported plays smoothly when I scrub. It may
play faster, but it is smooth. This one particular piece, plays, but clicks along the time line when I scrub.
Any Ideas. Thanks Roman