I searched the forum for this problem, but did not find a comparable issue. I apologize if this post is redudant!
I am adding audio voice-overs to my flash animations, which will be later added to a Captivate project and published in total. Since the audio will be processed in Captivate, I do not want any compression of my wav file. So I've inserted my wav file...and when I test the file from the library panel, it sounds just fine. When I publish the swf, it sounds like it has been run through the compressor of death! It sounds terrible. In my library panel I have set the the compression of the wav file to "raw", as that is the uncompressed setting. Also, I am using Flash CS4. I have rendered the wav file from both Audacity and Soundbooth with the same results.
Has anyone else experienced this problem? If so, have you found a solution?
Duh! I found the problem. Even though I had selected compression settings for the audio file in the library panel, the global settings in the "publish settings" were overriding the settings. Everything is cool now, and I'm back in my "happy place".
Thanks for indulging me!