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|01-28-2005, 17:17||#1 (permalink)|
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Customized WAV files
Can you make a tool that can upload customized WAV files to the clip?
I want to make a localized version for my Native Language ;-) I am
pretty sure others want to make this as well.
|01-30-2005, 16:18||#2 (permalink)|
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Unfortunately this will not be possible, The audio data built into the clip is highly compressed, and compiling you own audio would not be possible, it must be compressed properly otherwise it will interfere with the clips operation. If we made the audio customisable then customers could make the clips say whatever they want, and this could cause all sorts of problem with support, How could we support a customer if we couldn't even understand what the clip was saying in the first place?
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