Audio conversion/preservation 2011-03-02 14:25:36 Hey folks! I have a recording from a VoIP client, TeamSpeak. Apparently the quality during recording was 13.92 kbps and 48 kHz. My recording is 1536 kbps 48 kHz. I'm trying to pull the recording into Windows Live Movie Maker, herein WLMM. The uncompressed PCM (floating point) WAV isn't supported by WLMM, I think this is because the 1536 exceeds the normal number I see for WAVs which is 1411 kbps if I'm not mistaken.I tried converting the file to AAC at 13.92 kbps but it will only do full numbers, I tried converting it to 14 which is awfully close, but I still know there has been degradation to the source. I thought of multiplying 13.92 until I reach a whole number and then use that number for my bitrate. I was unsuccessful.Can you help me figure out how to convert the 1536 kbps WAV so that it I may have use with it in WLMM while preserving the signal quality.Here are the supported audio formats for WLMM: http://help.live.com/help.aspx?project=wl_...portedfiles.htmIf you need any more info I'll be glad to provide. Hope you can help!