ti99iuc Posted July 19, 2011 Author Share Posted July 19, 2011 Just a mismatch on the version. I have 1.3.13beta (unicode) on Windows 7. You can use either 16bit or 32bit when you initially record. When you have selected the area you want to save, select the "Export Selection" in the file menu. Click on options, select a header of "WAV (Microsoft)", and the encoding to "Unsigned 8 bit PCM". Click "Okay", and enter a filename. The program will resample every thing to the correct format. Under preferrences (CTRL-P) and Quality, you can set the default quality sample to 16 or 32 bit float (I used 32). In Interface change the meter/waveform range to -96dB (PCM range of 16 bit samples). Also in the View menu turn on "Show Clipping". I'd suggest playing a tape and check your sound levels in the input level meter. Let me know if this works. Ok perfect, now sound good !! i done all setting correct, saved program and converted... Thankyou for the Help, now i am trying to do the same with other programs !! thankyou for real. Ciro Nice, will you be uploading these programs Ciro? maybe on my new restyling site in the next year ! i must looking for programmers beocouse i must ask him the permission to publish them. have you finished the GameBase ? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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