I am curious. What is the original sample rate of the mp3's .
If they are not originally 44khz, you must first resample them.
Open them in Goldwave, select resample, select 44khz, and then save as a
16bit signed stereo wav.
Unfortunately, if they mp3's are not 44khz originally, batch conversion will
not resample to 44khz. So, you would have to do each mp3 as mentioned above.
> >Goto File>Batch Conversion
> >Then Add Files
> >Then set File type to wav
> >Attributes to 16 bit, stereo, signed
> >Then select your destination folder for the wavs.
> >Hit Begin and voila!
> >Let me know if this helps.
> I did exactly what you said to one of the files in question. When I
> tried to add the file that Goldwave produced to an audio compilation
> Nero said "Unsupported wave sample format!" and it refused to add the
> file to the compilation. If you want me to, I can email you a small
> (82,944 bytes) MP3 file that I want to resample so that you can fool
> around with it.
> >> >Like i said, i use goldwave to batch convert. The sound is great!
> >> HOW?
> >> Can you tell me exactly, step by step, how you do batch resampling
> >> with Goldwave? I have looked and looked and looked and looked and
> >> looked through the program and the help file and I can't find a way
> >> to do it. I have been able to use the effects menu to resample ONE
> >> file at a time. When I use the batch menu I can't find a WAV
> >> attribute to convert to that Nero will burn to a CD-R. You have twice
> >> said that Goldwave can do batch resampling but you have not said how
> >> it is done.
> >> >> >Whatever Goldwave might call it, you want to change it to a WAV
> >> >a
> >> >> >sample rate of 44100Hz, 16bit stereo. Any WAV editor will do this -
> >> >you
> >> >> >could use my original suggestion of Windows Sound Recorder.
> >> >> Windows Sound Recorder works but it only does one file at a time, it
> >> >> takes a long time and it requires user intervention several times.
> >> >> need something that will do several files at the same time (batch
> >> >> mode) without user intervention.
> >> >> I found a program called MP3 Workshop. It will batch convert the
> >> >> files and Nero will write them to an audio CD-R but there is one
> >> >> *HUGE* problem! The converted files are total GARBAGE! The sound
> >> >> EXTREMELY distorted. I could only make out about one word in 15.
> >> >> (The original files sound good.) This is with two sets of files
> >> >> two different sources.
> >> >> If you know of a program that will batch convert several MP3 files
> >> >> without user intervention and produce a good quality result, please
> >> >> let me know.
> >> --
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> >> night.
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