Help with audio
stephenREVOLUTION2 at barncard.com
Mon Dec 28 15:58:07 EST 2009
ALTHOUGH - when you use the 'set the filename to' and quicktime, you can
play any file that quicktime handles, especially MP3 compression --- AND
EVEN A LIVE MP3 STREAM....
there's a big gap between the two technologies here...
regardless of the politics (and perceived reluctance) surrounding Quicktime,
it's still the first and best technology for this purpose. They've been
doing this for a long time.
The new Quicktime is leaner and meaner, and should be an improvement.
2009/12/28 J. Landman Gay <jacque at hyperactivesw.com>
> Emmett Gray wrote:
>> 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?
> Rev can't use any compressed audio format, so in addition to what Stephen
> said, make sure when you convert the sound file that it isn't compressed.
> Jacqueline Landman Gay | jacque at hyperactivesw.com
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