You still sound like you need to be convinced that Reaper isn't broken but we're all teling you it works fine for everyone else. It's kind of annoying to be honest. To work with movs you'll need the quicktime codec. I tried ticking the dither and noise shaping boxes and that doesnt make any difference. Have a good time reading great articles and writing your own with us in our Share your playing and get Pro-advice from our Instructors: It's there now.
Can you please help to get it fixed? On the video, I used Wall Of Sound 4. I don't know why it does that. . Or it's something else - then it would still be good to spot it for the next guy who may have the same issue. Maybe the problem is your computer or the site you are uploading to? However, still certain it's a bug as the project changes like I said above I've just Re installed Reaper so now I'm running the brand new version alyhouth my last version was pretty damn new. Select the sample rate from the drop-down box by scrolling and clicking on the sample rate you wish to use: You can also choose to render the file in mono or stereo. Doing all the audio in Reaper and a final render in Hitfilm is my workflow.
My drummer's 69 too and he is definitely going senile. You can google it up. As mentioned before Reaper does render mp3 files with no problem. A codec is a microsoft based thingie that allows programs to do what they do. To suggest that my problem is 'annoying' I find to be extremely rude and insensitive. That way the mastering engineer has some wiggle room to change a few things before setting a final volume for the track.
I just ask for answers to the faults I find, wherever they arise I never, for a moment, would have believed that my use of the English language would have engendered such a response. . If I can't speak the language properly then you most certainly have my own apology. I noticed you have another post going about rendering mp3 and quality. Do you hear that noise when you hear the project in Reaper, before rendering? When you got it fixed come back and play with the hardest hitters first.
I've never had this problem with any other software before, but after I render to mp3 from Reaper, the tracks will randomly skip to the next track on my iPod. Try a reboot also once you get the file copied over. Render Stems selected tracks to Similarly Named Files This will only render the tracks you have selected. I would be curious to see if it will not play on anything else. . Sample Rate Select this check box to enable the sample rate to be used for the render. The Render dialog is accessible from the File menu bar or the Ctrl+Alt+R keyboard shortcut.
I have decided that I will sort this out on my own I don't want to be what is simply 'an annoyance' to anybody The only annoyance I have seen really is that you seem to refuse to post what is asked for. You'll wear them out and lose their attention. It sounds fine in Reaper but when rendered the bass is too loud and the guitars sound really thin and full of middle! I've recorded a track and mixed it to a point where everything sounds right but when I render it to a wav file and play it in windows media player it sounds like dog poo! If it isn't that, I would also suspect you have accidentally ticked a box or clicked an option in Reaper that has produced a non standard mp3 file. This is the video recorded a few mins ago with freshly re-installed WoS 4. It will be worth the investment in time and the give and take bit.
So it's not actually an issue, just a major difference between commercial dynamic range and what you've done. I'm wondering if anybody knows what's going on? Audio is set to peak at -. And why would an mp3 decoded in Audacity work perfectly?? The previous version crashed Reaper every second render. I've seen another post in the forums that says no need to dither when rendering to mp3. My feelings are that Reaper is brill. I've changed the limiter that I was using thinking it was the limiter in the signal path but still the same results. .
Also download ffmpeg and read about that. Where would the system folder normally be? To be fair here, it's just the fact that you won't supply any more information and you say Reaper is at fault. Please help me to resolve this issue, as my productivity suffers a lot, as I can not use mp3 export at all. I am 69 years of age and using this as a retirement amusement fingy I honestly wasn't expecting to come on here with a problem, asking for help, to be told that I was being annoying Isn't easy to cope with. Finally if that does not work, it is possible that the encoder itself is somehow screwed up.