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Importing Mp3


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i am using 2009. and am always dissapointed that it will not import mp3 s for editing. Is that corrected in this version.

 

Creator 2009 did import mp3 for editing. What are you using to do the editing? What is the bitrate of the mp3 files you are trying to work with. What audio card do you have? Some M-Audio cards didn't work because of the bitrate. Roxio likes 16 bit. Creative cards did 16 and 24 bit; M-Audio did only higher than that.

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Boy i just checked and i don't know what i was doing before. It is right there. You are both correct. May i add a question here that should go elsewhere.

 

How do i take a really long wav or mp3 file and break it down into numerous tracks. I have some really long audio books and would like to chop them down from 12 hours to say 12 one hour tracks.

 

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How do i take a really long wav or mp3 file and break it down into numerous tracks. I have some really long audio books and would like to chop them down from 12 hours to say 12 one hour tracks.
Should be able to load the file into Sound Editor and then apply tracks or auto-detect tracks. Then you can export each track as individual files.
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This seems to work fine when i use small files. However for the files i am wanting 250mb when i click to import i get the message "xxxxx file does not exist or is not a supported file" yet when i click on the file it plays fine in windows media. any suggestions as to how to import it into the program.

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This seems to work fine when i use small files. However for the files i am wanting 250mb when i click to import i get the message "xxxxx file does not exist or is not a supported file" yet when i click on the file it plays fine in windows media. any suggestions as to how to import it into the program.

 

Roxio probably doesn't like the Bit Rate the mp3 is encode at.

 

I would recommenced some free MP3 tools, CDex and mp3DirectCut but that depends on what operating system and version x32 or x64?

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