Tip: Sound clips of the Sanyo VPC-J2EX postprocess
Frage von DrZuckerbrot: Oktober 2006
The Sanyo digicam VPC-J2EX synonymous perfectly suited as a dictation machine. The sound is with respect to the tiny microphone surprisingly clear and noise-free. The cam saves while the sound files in WAV - format. And a further one Encode to mp3, however, ran unsuccessfully at first. Here Audacity remedies the situation: Audacity (V.1.2.4), although initially claimed that it could, although it deals with a WAV file of this format is not read, but offers to read the sound file as raw data (Menu: Project / import raw data) The following dialog Audacity recognizes the Format as "Unsigned 8 bit PCM" and "1 channel mono. Only the sample rate must now Of 44,100 be changed to 8000. Then the sound clip can be completely normal with Audacity to edit and save in every possible format.
PS: If anyone knows a program (freeware s.besten), with which the sound clips can now edit, I am grateful for any information.
Antwort von steveb:
I am using for some years "Samplitude". Is still one of the audio reference programs. There is a light version of the more common views as synonymous Konstenlosversion enclosing in various magazines. Keyboards, for example. Google certainly helps.