|Subject:||types of audio files for web page|
|Date:||28 Apr 2005|
I know there are three types of audio files: wav, mp3 and wma. Keeping
other factors, such as KHz, bit. mono or stereo, constant, the largest
type is wav, and wma is the smallest. Is this correct? Are there
I record audio files only for small pieces of speech, such as words,
phrases and brief sentences. I don't do music at all. But I want to
keep the file sizes as small as possible, because I must do a great
number of them. The quality of sound is not important, as long as is
audible and clear.
Now in my computer the software of Dart CD-Recorder 4 for recording wma
and Jukebox for mp3 is free. And the Sound Recorder for wav files came
with XP. I am considering to buy either Dart or Jukebox. My question
For my work, which one is better? Both software is cheap. But I still
want to know which type of file I should use for my speech files.