Tuesday, January 06

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Installed Acid Pro 7.

Can't output to AAC.  (Or RealAudio, but I don't care about RealAudio a whole lot.)

No idea why; it's just not in the drop-down list to be selected.

It can read AAC files just fine, but it can't write them.  Says on the box that it can, but on my computer it says nuh-uh.

Pfft.

Posted by: Pixy Misa at 12:18 AM | Comments (4) | Add Comment | Trackbacks (Suck)
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Considering that you're a computer god and I'm just a smart duck with dexterous wings, I feel uncomfortable suggesting this, but...

...have you updated your codecs recently?

Posted by: Wonderduck at Tuesday, January 06 2009 09:58 AM (qBCpG)

2 I've had good luck with the Combined Community Codec Pack.

Posted by: Steven Den Beste at Tuesday, January 06 2009 10:32 AM (+rSRq)

3 As far as I know, they're supposed to be built in.  It comes with its own codec library.  And all the others are working, including AC3.

I've posted on their support forum, so we'll see what happens.

Posted by: Pixy Misa at Tuesday, January 06 2009 01:28 PM (+J3Nt)

4 The CCCP page also allows downloading of a utility which will list all the codecs currently installed on your computer. That might be useful.

Posted by: Steven Den Beste at Wednesday, January 07 2009 08:09 AM (+rSRq)

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