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ARCHIVEDDiscovered: 9/1 -2018 10:14:44 Ended: 9/1 -2018 23:47:31Flashes: 1 Posts: 6
File: Something_Lost.swf-(1.9 MB, 500x633, Loop)
[_] Anon 3307005 Losing Control
>> [_] Anon 3307010 >># needs better looping it's probably a case of using mp3 instead of wav
>> [_] Anon 3307042 >># Thanks for the tip, anon. fixed it up, sounds alot better now
>> [_] Anon 3307044 >># It's a common practice to use wavs and compress it to mp3 in the flash afterwards (in the library right click on wav, hit properties and compress it as mp3 and change the bitrate and quality to the highest option). It gets rid of that silent gap between loops and maintains low filesize and also make sure the sample rate of the wav is set to 44.1kHz otherwiseflash stretches/squeezes the songs with other values resulting in slowed/sped up audio which might come in handy sometimes
>> [_] Anon 3307045 >># Awesome. I'll make sure to start using that method. I wasn't aware of the sample rate affecting audio, haha. Audacity defaults to 44.1 kHz fortunately.
>> [_] Anon 3307111 is this an over the garden wall reference? looks good!
Created: 9/1 -2018 10:21:32 Last modified: 10/1 -2018 04:12:46 Server time: 16/01 -2018 22:18:01