Hi guys! I've been getting advice from this forum for years but this is my first time posting my own question lol. Thanks for all the help you've given me in the past!
Anywho - just got a new windows 10 laptop. I put Vegas 14 on there and everything is fine except any MP3 files are showing up without waveform and they're silent. But the files work in other programs, and I converted one of them to a .wma and Vegas has no problems then.
Most of my audio files are .mp3, so it'd be very inconvenient to have to convert anything I need to use. Any ideas?
on Apr 1, 2018 at 9:20:28 am Last Edited By Graham Bernard on Apr 1, 2018 at 9:23:56 am
[Caroline Buckley]"Most of my audio files are .mp3, so it'd be very inconvenient to have to convert anything I need to use. Any ideas?"
None. What you need to know is that not all MP3 Media are the same. MP3 is only a wrapper. It’s what’s inside that’s important to any player in how they will DECODE it for importing and playing. I’m guessing that you’ll come acros the LAME CODEC. Here’s an interesting test using MediaInfo (MI):
1) Interrogate your MP3 with MI.
2) Now Render that WMA File you have, within VP to MP3 and then interrogate this new MP3 with MI.
3) Now Contrast and Compare the two MP3 files.
Do you see a difference? Thinks LAME.
Anyway, where did you get the MP3s? Or capture them?
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