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"Unsupported" wav files.

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Downloaded a sample pack and the entire thing displays "unsupported" when browsing the files to load them into a kit.
Tried re-saving, re-encoding, and so far no dice.

Anyone know a reliable way to convert these files into a working format?
And no, I don't have access to a Mac or Linux machine to run amiga909's script :smile:

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    andershandersh United StatesPosts: 10
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    volstehvolsteh CroatiaPosts: 85
    edited January 13

    they need to be 24 bit 44100, use audacity, its free. There must be some way to batch convert...

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    andershandersh United StatesPosts: 10

    Can confirm that:
    1. Batch converting the files with LameXP and Adapter did not fix the problem.
    2. Re-exporting a file with Audacity DOES fix the problem.

    Just have to figure out batching for Audacity...
    Thanks!

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    volstehvolsteh CroatiaPosts: 85
    edited January 13

    yeah, ive tried to batch in audacity and audition, turns out in audition is a 1 click job so stayed with that. I remember in audacity was tools/macro, make a macro then run the macro, or something like that

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    djAziddjAzid AmsterdamPosts: 28

    @volsteh said:
    they need to be 24 bit 44100, use audacity, its free. There must be some way to batch convert...

    Well, the manual says: "Native sample format 16/24 bit / 44.1kHz, and up to 32 bit / 96kHz using file formats of aiff or wav"

    Could be the samplepack is 32bit float ?

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    volstehvolsteh CroatiaPosts: 85

    @djAzid said:

    @volsteh said:
    they need to be 24 bit 44100, use audacity, its free. There must be some way to batch convert...

    Well, the manual says: "Native sample format 16/24 bit / 44.1kHz, and up to 32 bit / 96kHz using file formats of aiff or wav"

    Could be the samplepack is 32bit float ?

    Ah, you are right it does say that, so maybe is something else..

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