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Old 09-08-2000, 07:25 AM
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Default Bouncing to .wav format problems

I'm on a G4 Pr Tools Mix Plus system. When
trying all of a sudden to bounce a 24 bit/48 kHz song to a 16/44.1 .wav to burn on Toast, Toast wouldn't recognize the new file! Ahhh!
I intially thought I had accidentally tried to burn a SDII file, but I hadn't. After repeating the process and of course double-checking all of the dialogue boxes, I saved the stereo-interleaved 16 bit, 44.1 kHz to a zip and transfered them to a PC with Wavelab
recognized these so-called .wav files as a Microsoft wave and was able to "save as them" over to regular .wav's. What in tarnation is going on here?

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Default Re: Bouncing to .wav format problems

Although I was not able to not confirm this in their manual, I am pretty sure that Toast does not recognize .WAV files as a valid file type for creating Audio CD's (AIFF and SDII only) on the Macintosh.

I would suggest importing your files into their PC equivalent application: EZ CD Creator and see if the behavior persists. In addition, I would suggest saving your file with a filename up to PC spec. In other words, "filename".WAV ("filename" not longer than 8 characters).

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Toast recognizes interleaved SDII files. Jam recognizes .wav files.
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