JhonDave2012 wrote:Hi, I have windows 7 64 bit.
I have some wma files that I recorded with a pocket audio recorder.
When I opened it with audacity (I already installed FFmpeg_v0.6.2 and Lame_v3.99.3 plugin) and saved it as wma, the saved file was much larger than the original file.
JhonDave2012 wrote:I need to do this because I need to cut some parts of the file and save it so there will be no loss of data from the original wma file) ?
JhonDave2012 wrote:As for "compressed audio gets more and more damaged each time you make a new one", I think that is true, but negligibly, because the most affected parts are few millisecond at the start and at the end of an audio piece. Sometimes it is inevitable, but need (cut few parts of an audio piece).
JhonDave2012 wrote:It would be very useful and appreciated if someone of the Audicity developers would consider to add the ability to read the original audio file parameters (bit rate, compression method, ...) and when cutting and saving, the saving default would be the same format and parameters as the origin.
kozikowski wrote:saving default would be the same format and parameters as the origin.
And you accept the quality loss.
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