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Author Topic: Orbitersound 3.5 radio folders...  (Read 1683 times)

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Offline ChristopherT

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28 April 2009, 22:32:08
Okay, I don't have any problems making and using MP3 files for the MP3 side of things, but my attempts at making
.wav files for the radio folders has been less than successful.  The radio folders are named  XXX.XXX ID where the
X's are the numbers for the frequency and ID is the name of that channel.  Most of the folders have between 10-20
wavs and some only a couple.  I don't seem to hear anything from the radio channels whether or not there are any
MP3's playing?  I'm wondering if they are the wrong bit rate or type of wav file?  The bit rates vary depending on
where I got them and the ones I converted from .MP3 used a PCM format as well (unsigned I think).   Anyone have a
suggestion for a specific type and bitrate I should shoot for?  If it helps, I'm currently using Goldwave 5.19 to do my
format conversions from .mp3 to .wav.  

    Thanks in advance!

          ChristopherT

« Last Edit: 28 April 2009, 23:12:57 by ChristopherT »

Offline ChristopherT

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Reply #1 - 28 April 2009, 23:12:57
Okay, I fixed it!  It seemed to be the combination of MFD modules I had activated.  Orbitersound, Location MFD,
Multi-view, the Attachment Release MFD  and the Scenario Editor were all active at the same time.  When I got rid of
the other three and left on Orbitersound all the radio files started working. Now I'm really tickled!  

   Thanks for the help!

         ChristopherT



Post Edited ( 04-29-09 01:16 )

« Last Edit: 28 April 2009, 23:12:57 by ChristopherT »