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Bitrate and filetypes.

Post  DoctorRheet on Sat Jul 16, 2011 10:52 am

What bitrate and filetype should we be using? I've been using 320kbps .mp3 files, but is there a preferred filetype for the programmers?
Also, https://i.imgur.com/URame.png
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Post  jordan on Sat Jul 16, 2011 12:35 pm

DoctorRheet wrote:What bitrate and filetype should we be using? I've been using 320kbps .mp3 files, but is there a preferred filetype for the programmers?

I could be wrong here because I haven't used flash in a few years, but if I remember right when you export your flash project you can override the audio and mix it all down to a specific bitrate to make everything the same. I think it makes them all wav format though, so it might be more economic making mp3's and not overriding it during the flash export. 320kbps is nice for listening to music, but if we're going to have quite a few music and sound tracks I suggest going with 192kbps, it seems to be the best quality to size ratio when you're trying to keep file sizes small.

DoctorRheet wrote:Also, https://i.imgur.com/URame.png

Dude, it's a lossless wav file, of course it's going to have a high bitrate lol
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Post  DoctorRheet on Sat Jul 16, 2011 1:18 pm

jordan wrote:Dude, it's a lossless wav file, of course it's going to have a high bitrate lol
lol, I've never used wav files, I just saw a massive bitrate.
Alright, I'll bring everything down to 192.
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