Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by jasonb, Feb 28, 2003.
where can i find a software that converts mp3 to ram...
Why the hell would you wanna do that? You're only gonna get very low quality. If you're gonna go the RA way, at least rip from the source cd as .wav
i need to convert mp3 to ram cuz the site im makin a payge on only accepts ram formats
Soundforge does it.
Took the words right out of my mouth
Please oh PLEASE don't put sounds on your page. webpages are not meant to be multimedia feasts of bandwidth killage.
But if you MUST have sound. See if the site takes wave files. If it does then convert your mp3's to RIFF-WAV files so that it compresses exactly like mp3 but still retains wave headers.
have a look at www.dbpoweramp.com
Real Media is the best format for putting on a webpage, it's designed for streaming.
I have it on my site and it does a great job.
The official 'real' application is called Helix Producer, most other apps will create rm/ram files for you, but they're either poor(er) quality, or a much larger file size.
JetAudio5 all-in-one player/converter does the trick also...at any rate you want (i.e.: for 56k modems / Isdn / Dsl (128k/512k/...). Output format is .rm (=.ram ?)