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26-05-2002, 12:44 PM
Dear Folks,

Does anyone know how to convert wav or MP3 files of one frequency to a different frequency wav or mp3 file format?

I finally found a CD burning programme that actually works instead of one that just makes coasters (it's Prassi Primo's programme BTW), but now I have a problem in that I have some mp3 files that seem to be in an unacceptable format. The programme says they need to be 'Wave or MP3 at 44.1KHz, 16 Bit, Stereo or a MS WMA file'.

I don't know what the files are currently, (I've tried both .wav and .MP3 versions, converting between both with CDex) but does anyone know how to convert them to specifically 44.1kHz files or is there another way I can convert them to readable files?

The files are all spoken word files rather than music, and they all play fine in Windows Media Player (running under Windows ME).

Any help would be gratefully appreciated.

Joe Davies

26-05-2002, 01:09 PM
try dbpoweramp http://www.dbpoweramp.com/codec-central.htm

handy for displaying info and converting to different formats.

if you convert it to wave the cd burner prog should just burn it straight on. if that fails try a different burning prog(sorry i know ;-)