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Need help on importing sound into flash

Need help on importing sound into flash

Need help on importing sound into flash

I have been working on a site made with flash which requires an audio backing track.
I have recorded the track from CD into Cool Edit and saved it as a .wav file.
When I import the audio file into Flash and play it, the music plays faster than the original .wav file, and I can't find a way to get it to play at it's normal speed.
Can anybody help me with this problem, PLEASE!!!


RE: Need help on importing sound into flash

Download Macromedia Generator. You can then insert a sound and control the frame rate of the sound. You can't control it in Flash alone.

Generator is a good option and you can get a free trial from the Macromedia website.

Fernando Regueiro

RE: Need help on importing sound into flash

Be sure your .wav files are either 11 kHz, 22 kHz or 44 kHz.

Flash will resample sounds which are not one of the above.

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