Help with audio

stephen barncard stephenREVOLUTION2 at barncard.com
Mon Dec 28 15:18:58 EST 2009


Probably the 24 bit thing.

Try using the player and quicktime and the file as an external source (set
the filename of player 1 to xxxx) as opposed to being imbedded. Quicktime
should properly handle 24 bit audio, but not sure about the native play
component.

If you need to imbed the sounds, then convert and dither the 24 bit files
down to 16 bits with the same sample rate.   Peak, Sound Studio, Audacity,
quicktime should do this. Monkey Tools can do this in batches.

If indeed the internal play command is 16 bit only we should know that.
Thanks for reporting this.
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Stephen Barncard
San Francisco
http://houseofcubes.com/disco.irev


2009/12/28 Emmett Gray <film2 at handheldfilm.com>

> I've converted another HC stack, a multi-timer which includes a metronome
> function. I'm having an issue with the audio: the "Click.wev" imported
> audioClip sounds awful and very often sounds different or has no sound at
> all. The original is a 48k 24-bit file and sounds fine in Rev if I access it
> instead of the imported one. I imported it using the import command. Do I
> need to downsample or change the bit rate or do something else before
> importing to make it sound OK in Rev?
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