How to make sounds as small as possible?
m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Thu Jan 29 14:11:17 CST 2009
If you really want to use either wav or aiff, probably:
- 8 bit, mono, 8Khz, wav for smallest possible files
- 16 bit, mono, 22Khz, wav to make sounds of acceptable quality
I got best results, both in terms of size and quality, with the
regular QuickTime format, while setting the sound format to MPEG 4 Low
Delay AAC, mono, 22.050Khz.
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On 29 jan 2009, at 20:20, William de Smet wrote:
> Hi there,
> I use spoken words and sentences in one of my apps.
> There will be a lot of these so I am probably talking about a lot of
> I use Quicktime Pro on my Mac to record and edit them.
> When exporting them I get a lot of choices and I noticed the size
> and sound
> difference on 16 bit, 8 bit, stereo, mono, aiff, wav
> What is the best way to do this?
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