12 Replies Latest reply on Dec 19, 2011 7:55 AM by nealeh

    music

    julius49 Level 1

      i used itiunes to make wav files

       

      i can vot move these files into organizer or movie

        • 1. Re: music
          John T Smith Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          Make Wav files from what?

           

          Do the originals have DRM protection?

          • 2. Re: music
            the_wine_snob Level 9

            Julius,

             

            What was the exact workflow in iTunes, that you used?

             

            What are the specs. of those WAV files?

             

            PCM/WAV @ 48KHz 16-bit, should Import perfectly into PrE, and edit perfectly.

             

            Good luck,

             

            Hunt

            • 3. Re: music
              julius49 Level 1

              what wav is

              j can tell

              how can i tell

              i can not tell if wav is different how can i tell

              • 4. Re: music
                the_wine_snob Level 9

                You can run your WAV file through the free utility, G-Spot, and it should give you the full specs.

                 

                Good luck,

                 

                Hunt

                • 5. Re: music
                  julius49 Level 1

                  i tried to download gspot without success

                  it was very confusing\

                   

                  i also made mp3but it still did not load

                  I do not know  what to do next

                  • 6. Re: music
                    Steve Grisetti Adobe Community Professional

                    Julius, please don't be offended if we ask this, but do you have some physical challenge we should be aware of?

                     

                    Sometimes it is very difficult to communicate with you or understand what you're saying. If there's something that you'd like to make us aware of, maybe we can be more patient and make more of an effort to help you.

                     

                    Of course, if it's none of our business, that's fine too. I apologize in advance for asking.

                    • 7. Re: music
                      julius49 Level 1

                      i am not offendedes

                       

                      \\\i had a bain tumor 4 year  atyo

                      It lleft me with c00rdination sqallowkng and vision probems(

                      i use to be computer person

                      in 1996 i started pedscaht.org

                      • 8. Re: music
                        julius49 Level 1

                        i do n ot want sypathy

                        i only wNT to put music in my project

                        • 9. Re: music
                          the_wine_snob Level 9

                          Julius,

                           

                          Once you have downloaded G-Spot from the Web site: www.headbands.com: http://www.headbands.com/gspot/v26x/index.htm

                           

                          Just click the link to download the ZIP file:

                          G-Spot_Download.png

                          The ZIP file is an archived file, that contains the necessary files. I would Extract those files to a new folder, which I would name G-Spot:

                          G-Spot_ZIP.png

                          The .EXE file is what will be important, and I would create a Shortcut on my Desktop.

                           

                          Then, just Dbl-click on that Shortcut and open G-Spot. Drag one of your WAV files to it, and it will give you the full details on the screen. You can also use File>Open and navigate to the WAV file.

                           

                          This is what you should get:

                           

                          G-Spot_WAV.png

                          Good luck,

                           

                          Hunt

                          • 10. Re: music
                            Steve Grisetti Adobe Community Professional

                            Thank you, Julius. I appreciate your sharing this personal information.

                             

                            We'll do what we can to help you.

                            • 11. Re: music
                              julius49 Level 1

                              ow me how to my music on bdo

                              song  is Frank Sinatra       My kind ofnmTownN

                              song is Jersey Boys    THese eyes ayjhr adore you

                              song is juno                      Juno

                               

                              the wav file is pcm

                               

                              mpeg 3

                               

                              these are the files

                              • 12. Re: music
                                the_wine_snob Level 9

                                Julius,

                                 

                                The PCM/WAV file should Import fine into PrE, as that is the best possible format, and is uncompressed, so no CODEC required.

                                 

                                For the MP3, it depends. Some work just fine, but others do not. For anything longer than a tiny SFX file, I always convert my MP3's to PCM/WAV. I use Adobe Audition, but the great, free audio-editor, Audacity, works fine too. One would just Open the file (File>Open), or drag it in Windows Explorer, and then Save, choosing WAV. That WAV should Import fine.

                                 

                                Now, some music is Copy Protected, so not all songs will work in PrE.

                                 

                                Good luck,

                                 

                                Hunt

                                • 13. Re: music
                                  nealeh Level 5

                                  Julius, here is how to get an audio file into Elements Organizer. From the Organizer you should then be able to add it into your project. The instructions are for Windows on a PC. If you have a Mac there should be equivalent actions.

                                   

                                  1. In Windows locate the file you want to import:

                                    1.png

                                    So I'm looking for the file "1-09 99 Red Balloons.wav" in the folder location "I:\Users\Neale\Documents\MAGIX_ACLab15_deluxe_Download_version\".

                                  2. In the Elements Organizer select File> Get Photos and Videos> From Files and Folders...

                                    Despite its description this does get audio files (as well as photos and videos).

                                    2.png

                                  3. Navigate to the file you located in Step 1. Select it and click 'Open'.

                                    3.png

                                  4. The file should now be available to you in the Elements Organizer.

                                    4.png

                                   

                                  Hope this helps.

                                   

                                  Cheers,
                                  --
                                  Neale
                                  Insanity is hereditary, you get it from your children

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