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    Default Adding audio on front / back of file

    Hi,

    I need to record a disclaimer and add it on the front and back of a file. The original recording seems to be in an mpa
    format and my disclaimer recording is in an mp3 format. (Maybe this is my problem?)

    I recorded my disclaimer using MS Recorder, but when I try to add it on the front and back of file, I get the following error message:

    "Some chosen tracks have different parameters. There may be some problems during output file playback! Would you like to continue?"

    When I click "Yes", I get a second message:

    Connecting audio pin with file writer filter has been failed. (The owner SID on a per-user subscription doesn't exist. (hr = 0x80040207).

    I am using Win XP with Replay Media Splitter V. 1.6.903.20.

    Any ideas about how to fix?
    Last edited by flygirl555; 05-27-2009 at 09:28 AM.

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    Both of the files need to be the same format. You might need to convert files so they are the same size, resolution, etc. Let us know if this works for you.

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    thanks for this share..this is very informative.

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