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    WAV files

    Hi all.
    I'm facing a bit of a problem importing some WAV files into flash... Please go to http://www.sitepoint.com/forums/show...76#post1159276
    Thanks, in advance!
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    so whats your problem ..
    please post some info ..
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    I recorded sound using a pocket recorder which records sound in WAV files. Those files work fine on my Windows Media Player. Now I want to import those WAV files into Flash MX 2004. But when I tried to import, this message showed up....


    This message never showed up before.
    So, What do I do? I've tried converting to MP3, but the message still showed up.

    Thanks, in advance.
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    The file you are trying to open in probably not WAV they are of type (2File) or ..., any way open it with CoolEdit and then save it again but with ( Save Copy As) and save it as "Windows PCM (*.WAV)" or any WAV type.
    And I hope it will work.

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    If you can, convert it to an MP3. MP3 files are much smaller than wav files.

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    i think you should use a better mp3 /wav converter ,1 that will give you the khz of the file .. ill bet its this .. flash can only handle
    FAQ #27: Why does my file play back at a different pitch or speed when I import or load into Flash?

    Flash supports the following sample rates for uncompressed wav/aiff files.
    44.1khz
    22.05khz
    11.025khz
    5khz


    //
    Flash supports the following sample rates for native mp3
    44.1khz
    22.05khz
    11.025khz
    http://www.flashkit.com/board/showth...hreadid=299918


    so check this out and as i said this is probably your problem ..

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    I've tried converting to MP3, same msg showed up... However, I'll try to do what timothye has asked me to do.

    Thanks
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    so is that working now ?
    if it isnt then post a link to the MP3 file your working with and ill try and convertit for you then post it on my site so you can get it back ..
    cheers
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    yeah im having trouble inserting .wav files into my site. How to u put them in ur site. Any good tuts?

    Thnx
    Cheers!


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    so are you able to import them into flash now ?
    that is the main question.?
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