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Re: can't play wave file
Play them by different players like jet audio, windows media player, real player or Quick player (for win OS).
Of course I strongly suggest you to install DIVX on your system, it could help you
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the first thing I suggest you find out is if project 5.2 allows you to import the file from fuity loops 8 in the source format. keep in mind that as versions get upgraded backwards compatability inter-vendor compatability or format compatability in genera may be compromised along the way.
I would suggest to try to save your file from fruity loops 8 in another format that may be compatible with project 5.2 or simple save the same file in all formats avaliable and try one by one in project 5.2 and see if you get the file to play properly.
Plug your turn table into your input sound card (line in on your sound card) Use a program like Nero Media Player, or any digital recording program ( Sound Blaster or Wave Studio) Tell it to save the file as mp3, that simple.
If you are an experienced Computer user and have a Wave Recording program such as Audacity [free] or Adobe Audition [$$$] you can do this:
1. Your record player must have a LINE OUT.....usually go from your stereo receiver [You can get turntables with internal Line outputs...this is what I have...via ebay]
2. Output from Receiver [turntable] must be the small [headphone like plug...used to be called Sony Plug...now it's the 3/32nd I believe....
3. plug this into the line in of the sound card....it's the arrow that points INTO the little hole. Now the sound card can read the signal.....but wait...!
4. You must enable the little box in the sound card properties called "Line IN"....put the check mark there.
5. How to get to the Properties? Bottom right of screen there should be a speaker ICON....double click that. Then go to File....Properties....record.....then look for the LINE IN....check it. If you don't see it. Then you have to ask someone in person to help you.
6. If you get it working. Great!
7 Now open a recording program and press record....then play the record. You should see a wave file going across the screen. Then save it as an MP3 file.
8. Advanced tip: if you record at a rate of 59594 instead of 44100 then you can play the 33 1/3 speed at 45 RPM and save about 30% time in recording from a record. Then convert back to 44100 and it will be normal speed. I do this on ALL my LP to MP3 recordings...
The above is for more advance type computer users.
There are lots of media cpnverters, you can use VLC player to play and convert wave format. Alternatively you can use latest version of irfanview from www.irfanview.com it has lots of format for media files.
just check the settings on your media player my guess is it recorded the wrong track format the reason i asked if it played on media player was just to make sure it had recorded the format that is used in most cd players is .wav as for your question for the best burning program i guess it comes to personal choice hope this helps regards Jim
Its not Acrobat format but Adobe's Shockwave format for movies. The difference is, they are locked from editing of content, you can only play them using any shockwave enabled browser (viz. IE) for this you need to download and install the shockwave player from Adobe site.
You can get it free from here: http://get.adobe.com/shockwave/
You need to convert t5he files to .cda format for audio only and NTSC for television. A good way to make an audio cd is to do it through windows Media Player.It is very easy to use. Just find the button for burning to CD and follow the instructions.