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I have often used Switch to convert MP3 files and WMA files to WMA 64kbps files to burn to CD for use in my car. Tonight whatever rate I select the files are converted to 320kbps which obviously limits the number of files I can get on a CD. Has something changed? Is this a glitch? What might I be doing wrong?
I have the latest version of Scribe. I have two files (from completely different sources). One is 45 mins long and only loads to 41 mins. One is over 8 hours long and only loads to 116:53. No matter how many times i do this, or what format I convert them to (I've tried Mp3 and wma so far) they always load to exactly the same point and no further. They load fine in Windows Media Player and other sound players - in fact everything except Scribe! Any help would be much appreciated. I can do this in another transcription software but I would prefer to use Scribe if possible.
I have a series of WMA files a client supplied. These files play fine and completely on Windows Media Player. However, if I attempt to load them with Express Scribe or convert them with Switch I only get a partial file as a result. For instance, a 20 minute audio file will show up as only 10 minutes when it is converted, and cut off at the ten minute mark. The files are Windows Media Audio v8. What would make them have this difficulty being converted? How can I convert them completely?