[MPA] AIFF Quicktime Pro conversion question

Luke Snarl luke at snarl.org
Tue Feb 10 15:14:01 PST 2004

that is a very interesting solution.

another idea would be to use a time stretching algorithm to compress it 
from 90 min to 78 min and then burn - the person would sound like they 
are talking fast but the pitch would be the same....


On Wednesday, February 11, 2004, at 08:22 AM, Scott Jacob Loehr wrote:

> It's the 90 minute length that's keeping you from putting it all on 
> one CD.  Can't get more than 79:59.  (And if it was for replication, 
> it's not a good idea to go beyond 76 minutes.)  However... one thing 
> you could do is to save your original AIFF as a 16-bit, 44.1 kHz mono 
> file.  Split the track in half and re-import the file into a stereo 
> editing program or DAW... put the first half of the speech on the left 
> side and the second half on the right.  Burn a disc.  When you listen, 
> just flip the balance of your car's playback system hard-left or 
> hard-right.  Time to test your system's stereo crosstalk, eh? 
> Otherwise, I think you're stuck with using two discs.  Unless you 
> wanted to burn it as an mp3 CD.
> Scott Jacob Loehr

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