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I am no expert, but it is my observation that cue files will split wav files in max, but not compressed files. This may be due to how the cue file itself is set up, and it may well be that you can hack the cue file to work with a compressed file, but I have never tried it. I just convert to wav and ...
Thank you very much - that works. My mistake was that I expected to be able to pull the cue file into the file conversion window. This does not work, as the cue file is greyed out.
I understand that max can now use cue files to split files. Can someone explain precisely how this works? For example, if I have a .wav file and a .cue file, and want to encode in some lossy format, should max recognise the .cue file and use it when outputting? 'Cos it don't, at least for me. Any he...
- Sun Jan 20, 2008 2:18 pm
- Forum: Max
- Topic: maximum mp4(aac) bitrates under 0.8b Max
- Replies: 3
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I have the 0.8b version of Max running on two machines. On one of them (mac pro), I get a maximum bit-rate of 320 (good) for AAC output; on another (mac mini) I am offered a maximum bit rate of 256 (not quite so good). I have tried running delete preferences, but this made no difference. What do I n...