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Realplayer video converted to audio sound distortion

When I try to convert a video clip (.mkv) file to audio (mp3), the sound is 'squished', like it is being fast forwarded. Why? Could it be because the file is large 490MB? Is this a setting that I can change? Thanks for helping.

Tania Leoni

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490MB is not a reason but some codecs built within the .MKV file may be incompatible with RealPlayer. One solution would be to convert your .MKV file to .MP4 and then convert it to .MP3.

Please let us know how it goes.

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Hi, thank you for your reply. I followed your advice (convert the .MKV file to .MP4 and then convert it to .MP3), but the time it takes to convert to .MP4 is too long, so I stopped it - the whole process would not be worthwhile because, alternatively, I can import .MKV to MovieMaker (of all programmes!) and then separate the audio track, which only takes a few seconds. Ideally, RealPlayer would have a real solution within itself, like updating the software with the needed codec, instead of becoming cumbersome, or requiring us to resort to third party software. But it was really nice that you replied promptly. Thanks

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There are 1000s of codecs available and new ones coming up regularly, so it would be difficult to know which codec this would be hence the workaround.

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