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Old 04-30-2002, 01:17 PM
in10shun in10shun is offline
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Default Re: Exported WAV files - wrong header?

I've come up with two solutions to this problem that are eaiser than using Stripwav and SoundForge. Any feedback on these ideas would be appreciated.

1. If you're working in a 24-bit session and you "Bounce To Disk" one of your Bounce Options is Resolution. The default is 24-bit (since you're in a 24-bit session). Normally you'd leave this alone and choose the Convert After Bounce option at the bottom to convert to a burnable 16-bit .wav file. Changing the Resolution option to 16 AND choosing Convert After Bounce will create a file .wav file that Nero has no problem with. I have no idea why this works or if it degrades the quality of the finished product. Again, any input from you pros out there would be great.

2. Use an older version of Nero. I have version 5031 and it'll burn anything, even these pesky Pro Tools files.

Let me know if these suggestions are helpful.

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Old 05-01-2002, 12:50 AM
Chris Winfield Chris Winfield is offline
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Default Exported WAV files - wrong header?

I've had the Digi001 for a while now, and have been using Easy CD Creator to burn exported stereo files onto CD with no problem.

On upgrading my CD burner and switching to Nero v5 to burn CDs, Nero said it could not read the exported WAV files. Exporting stereo AIFF files works fine however.

When a friend took a look at the WAV files, he said that they did not have the correct header, and thus did not conform to the 'WAV' standard. It seems that Easy CD creator is just more lenient about the integrity of the files it uses.

Is this a known problem?
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Old 05-01-2002, 12:52 AM
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Default Re: Exported WAV files - wrong header?

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Originally posted by Chris Winfield:
I've had the Digi001 for a while now, and have been using Easy CD Creator to burn exported stereo files onto CD with no problem.

On upgrading my CD burner and switching to Nero v5 to burn CDs, Nero said it could not read the exported WAV files. Exporting stereo AIFF files works fine however.

When a friend took a look at the WAV files, he said that they did not have the correct header, and thus did not conform to the 'WAV' standard. It seems that Easy CD creator is just more lenient about the integrity of the files it uses.

Is this a known problem?
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">Yes it is...

Search the DUC for "Stripwav".... A solution awaits you.

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