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Version 1.0, 2003-01-14
Demonstrates using the Sound Converter to transcode a Sound Track from one audio encoding format to another.
NOTE: Requires QuickTime 6.0 or greater and Mac OS X. There is no CFM target provided. Requirements: QuickTime 6.0+, Mac OS X 10.1.5+, CodeWarrior Pro 8+, Project Builder 1.1.1+ Keywords: QuickTime Audio, SoundConverterFillBuffer, Sound Converter
Mac OS X QuickTime 6.0+, Mac OS X 10.1.5+, CodeWarrior Pro 8+, Project Builder 1.1.1+
This sample demonstrates how to use the Sound Converter to transcode a Movies Sound Track from one audio encoding format to another. It uses Standard Compression to configure the audio compressor and creates a QuickTime Movie containing the newly encoded Sound Track. It also demonstrates the preferred way to use the Sound Converter - using SoundConverterFillBuffer - and shows what you need to do to support VBR compression formats - in QuickTime 6, an example is the AAC format, part of MPEG4 audio support. This Sample will also work with any audio file format QuickTime can import as a Movie such as AIFF, WAVE and MP3.
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