save with lower sample type/rate

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Kris, Mar 30, 2005.

  1. Kris

    Kris Guest

    I've got an mp3 track but it plays to fast (we used to play it on 33rpm i/o
    45).
    I opened the track in Adobe Audition and adjusted (not converted!) the
    sample type (from 44100 to 35000).
    It plays ok now but I can't seem to save it with this sample rate ?
    Audition gives me the message: "MP3Pro cannot handle the current sample
    type. Would you like to convert to 44100Hz, Stereo 32-bit and continue
    saving?". If I save it with 44100Hz, the track plays too fast again.
    Can someone help me?

    Kris
    Kris, Mar 30, 2005
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  2. Kris

    desoto Guest

    On Wed, 30 Mar 2005 09:53:13 +0200, "Kris" <> wrote:

    >I've got an mp3 track but it plays to fast (we used to play it on 33rpm i/o
    >45).
    >I opened the track in Adobe Audition and adjusted (not converted!) the
    >sample type (from 44100 to 35000).
    >It plays ok now but I can't seem to save it with this sample rate ?
    >Audition gives me the message: "MP3Pro cannot handle the current sample
    >type. Would you like to convert to 44100Hz, Stereo 32-bit and continue
    >saving?". If I save it with 44100Hz, the track plays too fast again.
    >Can someone help me?
    >
    >Kris
    >

    google it and get a free mp3 encoder that supports
    that sample rate as output and input.... what is
    33 rpm i/o 45 ?
    desoto, Mar 30, 2005
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  3. Kris

    Guest

    "Kris" <> wrote in message news:<424a5ad3$0$1826$>...
    > I've got an mp3 track but it plays to fast (we used to play it on 33rpm i/o
    > 45).
    > I opened the track in Adobe Audition and adjusted (not converted!) the
    > sample type (from 44100 to 35000).
    > It plays ok now but I can't seem to save it with this sample rate ?
    > Audition gives me the message: "MP3Pro cannot handle the current sample
    > type. Would you like to convert to 44100Hz, Stereo 32-bit and continue
    > saving?". If I save it with 44100Hz, the track plays too fast again.
    > Can someone help me?
    >
    > Kris


    if you need help contact me at
    , Mar 30, 2005
    #3
  4. Kris

    Guest

    Kris wrote:
    > I've got an mp3 track but it plays to fast (we used to play it on

    33rpm i/o
    > 45).
    > I opened the track in Adobe Audition and adjusted (not converted!)

    the
    > sample type (from 44100 to 35000).
    > It plays ok now but I can't seem to save it with this sample rate ?
    > Audition gives me the message: "MP3Pro cannot handle the current

    sample
    > type. Would you like to convert to 44100Hz, Stereo 32-bit and

    continue
    > saving?". If I save it with 44100Hz, the track plays too fast again.
    > Can someone help me?
    >
    > Kris



    , Mar 30, 2005
    #4
  5. Kris

    desoto Guest

    On 30 Mar 2005 03:00:01 -0800, wrote:

    >
    >Kris wrote:
    >> I've got an mp3 track but it plays to fast (we used to play it on

    >33rpm i/o
    >> 45).
    >> I opened the track in Adobe Audition and adjusted (not converted!)

    >the
    >> sample type (from 44100 to 35000).
    >> It plays ok now but I can't seem to save it with this sample rate ?
    >> Audition gives me the message: "MP3Pro cannot handle the current

    >sample
    >> type. Would you like to convert to 44100Hz, Stereo 32-bit and

    >continue
    >> saving?". If I save it with 44100Hz, the track plays too fast again.
    >> Can someone help me?
    >>
    >> Kris

    >
    >
    >


    thanx for that input jackso... a real nugget !
    desoto, Mar 30, 2005
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