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Tara Plug-in for Winamp or/and changing .ra to .wav

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by Shamrock, Jan 22, 2002.

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  1. Shamrock

    Shamrock Thread Starter

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    With the Tara plug-in for Winamp you are supposed to be able to convert the .ra to .wav. Anybody know how to do that?
    I guess there is supposed to be a disk writer option in preference(in Winamp) but my friend can't find it on his version 2.74
     
  2. eddie5659

    eddie5659 Moderator Malware Specialist

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    Hiya

    have a look here:

    http://wwwpop.hypermart.net/plugin/help/wave.html

    Also, as its not long, I posted it as well:

    1.Open winamp preferences (Right click on winamp window->option -> preferences)
    2.Select Plugins-> Output.
    3.Double click on "NullSoft Disk Writer" on the right pane.
    4.This will prompt you to select a directory.
    5.Select Ok.
    6.Play the desired file; you will see a wav output in the directory u selected. You WILL NOT hear the song, which is normal.
    7.To restore back to non-recording mode, follow till step 2.
    8.Single click on "NullSoft Wave output". Select OK.
    Please understand that unless you select wave output plugin again, in place of disk writer, all the files played by winamp will be converted to wav file.

    Regards

    eddie
     
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