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Thx. I used Audacity to convert it. Now it plays fine in totem as Vorbis but still in Sample rate: 96000hz. It seems to support such high frequencies for Vorbis, but not for wav...
@cczeroalienhero: 96000Hz might be causing trouble. I recommend you convert using audacity or command-line tool SOX.
PS: nice nick! ^^
Totem says "An error occurred. Could not determine type of stream." I also got a gstreamer error when trying to convert it to Vorbis. VLC plays it but it doesn't sound at all like a door of a car slamming..
Sounds nice, but it's not letting me download because everytime i click, it's not coming up...anyone?
Great sound thanks!
Dude, these are all different samples!
Great samples, many thanks, man!
If you have trouble with FLACs (I think you use Windows - Linux guys don't have trouble with these) I recommend you to get a little and great free converter:
You can also use free program Audacity to read FLAC, edit it and save as WAV.
Thanks a lot, very helpfull & usefull, i haven't got a dog, and i'm sick to do all this sound with my mouth... it was fun at the beginning, but now...May the force be with you!
Great job and good idea))
Thanks a lot ! Cool Sound !
Thanks ! Great sound !
AMAZING! No idea why no comments!
Very nice! Thank you very much for all the swoosh sounds! : )
i am not able to download any of your bamboo sound effects which really frustrates me...
thx for recording and putting all these sounds online!!!
Thanks, great sound
thanks for the sound :)realy help
Aufnahme rauscht ein wenig und der Spruch ist mir zu bekannt...
Deine Betonungen sind allerdings sehr passend... du koenntest synchronsprecher sein!
Lol @ 'unspeakable things' >_<
Cheers for this :)
Nice, clean sound!
Just what I need! Ty!
Seems more radio noise :D
cool i could use this in my game, i promise to give credit, but u may need to tell me if u want cash for it, or not, say $1? $2?, $4?
Awesome! I love open source games, glad I could be of help. This is exactly why I post my sounds here.
Oh, and Halleck is just me. :)
I use audacity for everything. http://audacity.sourceforge.net/ it handles flac files fine. I also am not a big fan of flac but as to why people use it: it is lossless.
Also, thanks for the sound, just what I was looking for