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Subject: Re: Thank you! (was) Re: FLASH: How do I convert a cda file foruse in Flash 4?
From: Randy Young
Date: Sun, 29 Aug 1999 19:31:04 +0100

Sienna ,

Your file is probably 16 bit 44 Khz CD standard audio. In your sound software
you should be able to change these settings to say 16 bit 11 Khz. This will
decrease the file size. Remember changing these output rates will effect the
audio quality. The decreased setting may or may not be acceptable. Pllay with it
and see.

Randy Young

Sienna wrote:

> very cool, thank you. I did it. I put in MP3+ripper in the search engine,
> came up with CD-DA Extractor and it works perfectly. Not sure if I have
> found a good program but it's only $30.
> Is this one recomended or is there a better one? It made a wav file but
> wow is it it huge. 7,011 KB for a 30 second peice.
> At 11:45 AM 8/29/99 -0400, you wrote:
> >What you can do is this.... Download unless you already have an mp3 ripper,
> >i know the bad hype mp3's have, but this can help your situation. Most mp3
> >rippers can convert a regular audio tracks from a cd to wav or mp3.
> >Track1.cda is the default file name for Track 1 on an audio cd. With the
> >ripper you can convert the .cda file to a .wav file and be able to use it in
> >your application.
> >

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