Hello. I've been trying to upload some voice-over stuff from Audition to Flash, but I've had no success. Every time I try, I get the "One or more files were not imported because there were problems reading them" error. I can upload things from Audacity to Flash, I can go from Audacity to Audition to Flash, but I can't just go from Audition to Flash. I want to be able to go from Audition to Flash so I can be able to quickly edit the sound files after recording them in a more efficient way than Audacity can provide.
Some notes that might be helpful:
1) I have a mac.
2) I have both iTunes and Quicktime
3) I typically upload in wav format.
If you can help me, it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
See if the information in the following help document helps in any way:
I appreciate the reply, but I'm afraid it didn't work. I was saving my WAV's in PCM already. In fact, that's Audition's first option to save WAV's.
Thank you for the link though. It was informative.
The solution to that problem was that the problem is Windows 7, and that iTunes and Quicktime are required to get audio to work.
As I listed in the first post, I have a mac (running off of the mac OS), and both iTunes and Quicktime already. So, that answer from that forum doesn't help.
I downloaded the sample thing successfully and ran it. So, there's still something wrong.
Thanks for the effort, though.
I just ran into the same issue on a Mac. After playing around with it, I found that when saving the .wav file in Audition, if I uncheck "Include markers and other metadata" checkbox, the file will import just fine. My guess is Flash chokes on that extra information, despite being another Adobe product.