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Sound File Compression

Jeff Klamer
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Joined: May 26, 2007
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How can I compress spoken sound files I am now creating to be used in a game created using java?

Currently, I record written text onto my digital/video camera, bring
that recording into Final Cut Xpress editing software, then export using qt compression. Do you know of any formats that will be smaller than the .au or .wav I am now creating? Or, a way(s) to compress further the .au and .wav sound files I am creating?

Thank you,
Jeff
Jesper de Jong
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Joined: Aug 16, 2005
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You could use MP3, but the problem with MP3 is that it's patented.

An alternative for MP3 is the free Ogg Vorbis format. You can find Java decoders for that format on Google, just search for "java ogg" for example.


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