|QUOTE (Vector Studios @ Jul 21 2009, 04:35 AM)|
| NOTE: As a member of the board figured out, the conversion process SLOWS the sound file by approximently %1. This may seem trivial, but if your file is synced with the powerpoint, it may cause problems. To fix this, simply open Audacity and speed the file up by 1% to offset this. |
You may also say using Cdex isn't really ideal for when you are having a game with looping .wav files in it. For some reason, there is a half a second or so disruption after the loop has played and causes a slight break in the looping. To put it another way, as soon as the sound that you have converted has finished, it seemed to add like half a second of no sound to the end of it, causing the loops to have a little pause before restarting.