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#1 10 years ago

Hi I need some help with my own added sounds in BC I got them from an episode of Voyager in AVI format i cut them down then converted them into MP3 files and when some of them play only some all i can hear is a loud crackling sound. Is there a way to fix this or a way to avoid it? Prometheus




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#2 10 years ago

BC is very picky about things like that... try using WinLame to encode the mp3...




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#3 10 years ago

If I remember correctly, it needs to be mono, at 22050 Hz




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#4 10 years ago

Just having the proper sound settings (mono/stereo, hz, etc) isn't enough. For example, I tried converting a file to mp3 using iTunes (my music library program) but it would not work in BC. I ended up re-exporting the mp3 using the WinLame mp3 plugin (as Jimmy suggested) for Audacity.




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#5 10 years ago

Okay thank you all very much for your replies i will try it now and see if i can get any further many thanks. Prometheus




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#6 10 years ago

i tired that and it didn't work but i only recoded the MP3 that were being used do i need to redo the entire file? also i didn't see an option were to change the mono/stereo/Hz anywhere Prometheus




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#7 10 years ago

what you need is hearing aids. old+man+with+hearing+aid+3.jpg




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#8 10 years ago

Hi some of the ones that didn't work now work and some that used to work don't as i did it on all of them, and reasons why this might have happened?? Prometheus




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#9 10 years ago
miniman360;4799605...as i did it on all of them...

Could that be the reason? Why did you mess with sounds that were working anyway? :Puzzled: Just use the unaltered versions (if you still have them, ofcourse) and that should do the trick.