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Old 03-18-2002, 03:10 PM   #1
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Hi, I'll try to explain my problem as clear as possible, so you guys can better help me.

I made a sound to loop in SoundEdit...took a lot of time to edit it and such there, and when I selected it to "loop" in that application, it looped <i> perfectly</i>. Then I converted it into an .mp3 and imported it into Flash, and set the sound to loop 999. What I've noticed is that there's a gap (about 2 seconds) between loops, and it sounds crappy, instead of the nice looping that I know it's capable of. Anyone have any suggestions of what I can do to get a nice, pure "loop" without any annoying gap between loops? Thanks in advance for your answers.
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Old 03-18-2002, 11:10 PM   #2
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im not 100% sure this will answer your problem but it's worth a try. have you experimented with the sync option in the sound tab? if you have the sync option set to anything other than "start" it could possibly be contributing to your problem.

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Flash can also loop sounds perfect for you .....

U just make your final sound track without looping and then u can follow that thread
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Old 03-19-2002, 06:27 PM   #4
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Thanks, guys, I'll give that a go and see how it turns out, and I'll edit this post and let you know what happens, thanks! ^_^

Both of you were right. I did indeed, have it set to "event" rather than "start" Then I just tinkered with those bars in the "edit sound" mode and adjusted the ending one so it chopped off that weird buffer, and now it works liek a charm! Thanks, guys!

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had the same problem had a loop which worked fine in wave format but when I saved it ot mp3, the conversion seems to add an extra buffer at the end of the sound file. kind of messed up
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