2 Replies Latest reply on Jul 24, 2008 9:42 AM by Newsgroup_User

    Export sound problem

    mgaggie06
      I'm trying to export a very simple animation with a .wav sound file as a quicktime movie. However when I export the start of the sound file makes a clicking noise, this noise is not present in the .wav file or in the preview inside director.
        • 1. Re: Export sound problem
          Level 7
          mgaggie06 wrote:

          > I'm trying to export a very simple animation with a .wav sound file as a
          > quicktime movie. However when I export the start of the sound file makes a
          > clicking noise, this noise is not present in the .wav file or in the preview
          > inside director.

          Perhaps it's the compression settings in the QT export. For exporting aniimation
          to video from Director, I'd suggest you export the frames as an image sequence.
          Then convert that into video and add sound in a program like Premiere. That way,
          you'd get much betetr control over teh vusayl and audio quality of your output
          video file.

          regards
          Dean

          Director Lecturer / Consultant / Director Enthusiast
          http://www.deansdirectortutorials.com/
          http://www.multimediacreative.com.au
          email: d.utian@unsw.edu.au

          • 2. Re: Export sound problem
            Level 7
            mgaggie06 wrote:

            > I'm trying to export a very simple animation with a .wav sound file as a
            > quicktime movie. However when I export the start of the sound file makes a
            > clicking noise, this noise is not present in the .wav file or in the preview
            > inside director.

            Above one was sent as I noticed some typing errors. Here's the corrected
            version:)

            Perhaps it's the compression settings in the QT export. For exporting animation
            to video from Director, I'd suggest you export the frames as an image sequence.
            Then convert that into video and add sound in a program like Premiere. That way,

            you'd get much better control over the visual and audio quality of your output
            video file.

            regards
            Dean

            Director Lecturer / Consultant / Director Enthusiast
            http://www.deansdirectortutorials.com/
            http://www.multimediacreative.com.au
            email: d.utian@unsw.edu.au