As in the beats per minute for an mp3 or cd audio file? And can it save those changes?
Also, I see that midi is not supported with linux- is that a problem with linux/midi or midi in general or is it that fmod just hasn’t implemented it yet?
Sorry for the newbie questions- I’m new to sound and I’m still seeing what the various applications can do.
- Cat asked 14 years ago
Thanx! I got the low down on the whole l3codecp.acm saga … PS- I’m on Win2k but in my travels I read about the Windows Media Player installation erasing the l3codecp.acm and replacing it with l3codeca.acm…but don’t quote me on that..
I’d really prefer to use that Lame codec, though. thanx
I found it (lameACM.acm) at http://www.afterdawn.com/software/audio … me_acm.cfm
I put it in my system32 directory
and ran l3codec.reg as follows but Cooledit freezes with just the existance of lameACM.acm in the sytem32 directory (even without changes to registry) As usual though, I don’t really know what I’m doing…:)
//I suspect it’s because msacm is a microsoft acm…..
OK, I broke down and downloaded it and the answer is yes
But it looks like I need a wav editing program to do any synchonization in my opengl application.
Does anyone know of a shareware wav editing program which will allow me to mark the synchronization points ? At this stage I am just toying around and there is no way I can justify buying Soundforge.
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Hmmm… I was a little what? Clueless? Eagerly clueless? LOL, yep, I suppose. But umm, I was more looking for answers than someone to listen to me
I spent about 5 hrs cruising the net (and searching this forum) trying to find a software that retains riff markers during mp3 compression. Cool Edit only retains them on wavs. Lame seems to only retain the front markers (ie the track identifiers)
So, I’ll try again. Does anyone know of a software that can compress using the mpeg3 codec but retain riff info (Other than Soundforge) I find it hard to believe that Soundforge is the only software in existance to do it. And umm, I’m swallowing my pride here by asking again, so you know that I am really at a dead end.
It works!! Cool Edit can do it:)
Cool Edits has about 10 .wav files to choose from. The best I could do was using the Microsoft ADPCM format which gives a 4:1 compression ration.
But alas, I looked again after reading this post and the ACM waveform type wav file has an options button & yep, its got mp3!!!. LOL, the highest bitrate to choose from is only 56kbps so I am compressing even smaller than the original mp3. But I don’t care, it’s working
Also, some person over there with 5500 posts (that’s a lot of posts….) had said it couldn’t be done so never thake no for an answer (Although, ofcourse, he probably misunderstood)
Here is a nice & free MP3-WAV-MP3-MP3-Converter – MPEG-Suite.
I don’t know, if it ignores the marker, but even if so, it’s a nice sounding and comfortable (and free) one.
It has a kind of Batchprocessing e.g. and can convert from MP3 to MP3.
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