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arcturus_prime
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Hey All

Would really need some help! I love Studio One a lot, it's everything I could have hoped for and more in a DAW, but I can't seem to export my songs properly? Tried exporting mixdown/exporting stems (not exactly sure of the difference), in any case when I try to play the resulting WAV file, I get a message that Windows Media player has encountered an error in playing the file.

Would anyone be able to let me know where my problem lies, or maybe give some quick tips or refer me to some source where I can possibly learn how to get my songs exported properly?

Any help would be very much appreciated, I'm really running out of DAW's to try, and I really want to settle on Studio One!

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Qwerty69
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Sounds like you're exporting a 24-bit .WAV file and Media Player is saying "No".

Try exporting @ 16 bit or .MP3 to make sure that works and it will confirm it's a WMP issue.

From memory, an external codec pack like ffdshow would make WMP play 24bit .WAV files.

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In any case, export 16 bit only, if you want to play it in the Windows Media Player. I'm afraid, it can't plays 24-bit MP3 too. Not just 24-bit WAV.

Or try to use different (better) player. VLC for example is very useful.
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arcturus_prime
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I've tried exporting in 16 bit, both with the highest/lowest possible sample rates, I am always getting the same problem, cannot play the song...any ideas?..

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See if your songs will play on another PC's Window's Media Player. Maybe something is wrong with yours. Try loading into Audacity (free) and resave it.

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gnawrot
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I have the same problem and foobar2000 does not open exported WAV file, not to mention windows player or quick time player. I was able to add exported wav file to stereo audio track to S1 without any problem and S1 was able to play back the track. Any ideas?

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gnawrot
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You have to close Presonus Studio One in order to listen to exported mixdown. I am not sure why foobar2000, winamp and windows media player don't wan to play exported MP3 or Wav files when Studio One is still open. I am running Windows 7 64-bit version.

I reopened S1 and I still cannot play created MP3 files but once I close the Studio One I can play exported MP3 file again.

This is really strange.
Kemono
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@gnawrot

it is because your audio system settings is in a different setting

Control Panel > Sound > Properties (on active speakers) > Advanced (tab)
And set it to the same settings you use in studio one.

ps. some programs such as games may not support all formats.
matthewgorman
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gnawrot wrote:You have to close Presonus Studio One in order to listen to exported mixdown. I am not sure why foobar2000, winamp and windows media player don't wan to play exported MP3 or Wav files when Studio One is still open. I am running Windows 7 64-bit version.

I reopened S1 and I still cannot play created MP3 files but once I close the Studio One I can play exported MP3 file again.

This is really strange.


The reason for that is the default settings of S1. When the program is open, it takes control of all audio output on the system, so it is in a sense blocking the other players.

From the start page, go to Studio One/Options/Advanced/Audio. There is a check box to Release Audio Device in Backround. Checking that should enable media players to work when S1 is minimized.

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