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What's the trick to Flash Music?
Mine is 44kHz, 16 bit Stereo, but sounds muffled
mtemple




msg:1565196
 7:35 am on Nov 27, 2003 (gmt 0)

Can anyone tell me how to get that great, clear sound from flash music? I've heard music from many flash sites that sounds like CD quality.

But mine sounds like it's coming from under my mattress. What compression settings are most commonly used? Do I need to record the music in some different way?

All help gratefully appreciated!

 

richardb




msg:1565197
 8:32 am on Nov 27, 2003 (gmt 0)

Your answers are bandwidth dependant, e.g. quality will always mean large file sizes. For smaller files with “quality” try experimenting with the MP3 sound setting options. Try starting at 64 kbps (without converting to mono) as an entry level. If the file size is too large descrease the bit rate & experiment with the quality setting.

Rich

Opps and welcome to WW mtemple

SIRokai




msg:1565198
 1:16 pm on Nov 27, 2003 (gmt 0)

if you want I can sticky you a URL that should help.

J

mtemple




msg:1565199
 3:53 pm on Nov 27, 2003 (gmt 0)

Thanks for that. I'll give the MP3 idea and your compression techniques a try. And yes, if you have a URL that you think would help, please sticky it to me!

Thanks again for your time (and the welcome)!

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