In Cool Edit Pro 2.0 (next we’ll call it CEP 2), there are many features that you can find on this software, you can use it for everything about sound. You can do many things with this software.
Maybe sometimes you confuse about saving files if you get the source with low bit rate quality, you just can save it not as good as the high quality source. Usually, if I have a low quality bit rate like 56 kbps with frequency 24 kHz, the highest quality I can save just only 56 kbps too if I use Constant Bit Rate (There are two types options when you save your files, there are CBR means Constant Bit Rate and VBR means Variable Bit Rate). I still can use the highest quality if I use VBR, but the frequency is still same like before. Firstly I can confuse how to convert it to the higher quality, but I can solve this problem.
You can follow these steps :
- Put your sound file into the multitrack
- Go to menu edit and choose Convert Sample Type
- It’ll appear some options, you can set it by your own, but the default setting is sample rate on 44100 Hz, channel Stereo, with resolution 16-bit. If you turn on mono, you have to set the mixing of the speakers out. After that all, click OK
- It’ll take several minutes to process and rebuild the waveform of the file, and it worked automatically by itself
- After done, you can set the sample rate quality like usual again.
Maybe you’ll meet the problem sometimes when you insert your file. Sometimes, CEP 2 detect the sound files with format mp3, wma, wav, etc. as PCM or RAW data. If you open that, it’ll appear some options set like Convert Sample Type. When you accept that, the waveform will come out, but you can do nothing. You can do anything with that file (like play it, convert it, cut it, etc.). but don’t worry, because I’ll give you the solution about this problem.
Please follow these steps :
- First, you have to install WinAmp to help you to solve this problem (if you don’t have it, you have to install or download it for free on the internet)]
- Open the music file with WinAmp
- Go to menu Options and select Preferences
- After that open, choose menu Plug-ins and select Output
- Click Nullsoft Disk Writer v….. (the version is variation, it’s about your WinAmp version) then click configure or use double click
- Choose the output file location
- Don’t thick single fit mode enabled, because it just convert the file as Wav format
- Choose the option Conversion and thick Convert to format then select the type of the format you want to convert.
- Please wait a second when WinAmp convert it
- After the convert is done, you now can use the file and CEP 2 can read detect the sound file like usual.
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