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    RHumphries train sound


    I can't get RHumphreys train to make any sound after I download it. I can only listen to it online. Is there a way around this that I don't have to buy software? Thanks.

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    Pls give us a direct link toi the file so we dont have to look it up to give you an answer.

    Cheers

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    http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/samplesViewSingle.php?id=1934

    The file as a 24 bit file. It's possible that your player can't play back a file of that bit depth. I'm sure there is freeware out there that will let you convert it to a 16 bit file, but I don't have any reccomendations off hand. Can anyone else suggest one?

    -Richard

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    RHumphries
    http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/samplesViewSingle.php?id=1934

    The file as a 24 bit file. It's possible that your player can't play back a file of that bit depth. I'm sure there is freeware out there that will let you convert it to a 16 bit file, but I don't have any reccomendations off hand. Can anyone else suggest one?

    -Richard

    http://audacity.sourceforge.net/ smile

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    Thanks for the link. I also discovered that these will play in Adobe Premier, which I have.
    Is the quality just too good for things like realplayer or quiktime etc?

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    ITs always best to start with the higest quality file you can gete your hands on (doubly so in sound design because you do a lot of processing).
    Then when you create ram or qt mov it gets compressed to whatever format you wish.

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