HI! I'm currently using the newest version of Animate on Windows 10, and I've been having issues importing a .wav file to animate with. I don't know if I'm putting it in the right place (I'm putting it on a layer and just making a ton of new frames), or if something is off. Whenever I try to listen to the audio, while animating or after exporting, it sounds bit-crushed and low-quality. When I just listen to the file itself, it sounds perfectly okay. I edited the audio in Premiere, and the output is 48,000 Hz, at 16 bit. I messed around with the properties in the file in the library in Animate, but no matter what I tried (speech, MP3, raw, etc), they all still didn't sound pure. I REALLY want to start making this cool video idea I have, but the crappy audio is holding me back. Any thoughts? (thank you so much!!)
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Go to the properties panel (Doc tab) >Publish Settings > More Settings and change the audio quality there instead, make sure you tick "override sound settings". That's the quality that will be used on export.
Thanks for the help, but it didn't seem to work. I tried exporting it too, but the audio quality no matter what setting, still sounds poor. Any other suggestions? Or specific things I could try within the "more setting" tab?
Did you change the quality settings in the publish settings? I just tried it and it works fine.