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Wrong Sampling Rate

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by feathead, Feb 13, 2007.

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  1. feathead

    feathead Thread Starter

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    I downloaded a live music show recently as I have done many times in the past only this time when I attempt to burn it I get the following message:


    "Warning: Audio file doesn't match the CD-format!

    An audio CD-player ONLY can play files with the format: "44.1 kHz, stereo, 16 bit"!
    But the file: "C:\Program Files\Feurio\Wave\Little Feat - Telluride - 6_15_88\LittleFeat1988 - 06-15t01.wav" has the format: "48.0 kHz, stereo, 16 bit"."


    How do I remedy this so I can burn it and have it play on standard players? I'm using Fuerio for burning and it plays the files fine on my computer. Thanks for the help.
    John
     
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  3. feathead

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    Got the software. Which encoder should I use to maintain quality? It was downloaded as a FLAC file. Thanks so much.
     
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    Should've also mentioned that when the files were decoded from FLAC the were decoded to .wav files.
     
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    i do not know this software , using a different piece that came with my sound card.
    But i would not re-encode so much without reason. If your downloaded file is FLAC transconvert it straight into wav 16 bit @44.1 kHz.
     
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