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Subject: Re: FLASH: OT(ish): Sound Problems
From: Dave Hollinden
Date: Tue, 23 Feb 1999 17:06:41 GMT

>I'm working with SoundEdit, and I'm attempting to merge 2 stereo sounds. I
>now officially have 4 tracks, and when I save it out to aiff (I'm developing
>on a Mac), I get errors importing into Flash. Is this because of the 4
>tracks within? Is my only real option to reduce to mono audio and have the
>tracks overlap that way?
>Russell E. Unger

You need to reduce the number of tracks to a maximum of two, as in a stereo
file. You can mix your four tracks down to stereo and import into Flash,
but the file will take up twice as much memory compared to mixing it down
to mono (one track). I always use mono as I've never had a project where
being in stereo was so important that it justified doubling the audio file

Good luck

Dave Hollinden
Audio Engineer
Jet City Studios, Seattle
dhollindenatjetcitystudios [dot] com (mailto:dhollindenatjetcitystudios [dot] com)

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