7 Free Audio Editors for Your E-Learning Courses

Rapid eLearning

It’s open source with lots of users so that means there’s a lot of help available online. This opens up an easy to use recording window. Here’s how Wavosaur describes the tool: “a cool free sound editor, audio editor, wav editor software for editing, processing and recording sounds, wav and mp3 files. Use it as a free mp3 editor, for mastering, sound design.”.

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Why Use ActionScript 3.0 in Flash Based eLearning Development?

Upside Learning

and is well backed by a great Flash developer community that has contributed in developing many open source frameworks/classes/APIs. Sound APIs – AS 3.0 has improved sound APIs which can now tell the sound level of the audio playing in Flash Player. This can be used to control the lip movements of an on screen character by finding out the sound-level. The sound API also has the capability to generate sound dynamically.

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The Top 10 Most Used Online Employee Training Tools: Part 1

TalentLMS

Now, you could go with what everybody uses (Microsoft Word) or its open source alternative (Open Office), and both will surely more than capable for the task. Similar to an image editor, an audio editor is a piece of software that lets you manipulate digital sound content, like mp3 or wav files. Deciding to embrace eLearning for your employee training has become a no-brainer nowadays.

Podcasting for E-Learning: Editing and Producing Podcasts

The E-Learning Curve

As I discussed last time, non-linear editing applications are media editing tools which can randomly access the source material - and that’s it. Typically, audio is either recorded directly to a PC hard drive, or is imported from another source, in the same way as that text is either authored within the a word processor application, or a file is imported from another location. In non-linear editing, the original source files are not lost or modified during editing.

E-learning Development: Selecting the Right Audio, Video, and Image Format

CommLab India

Audio (F6) formats include MP3 and WAV. WAV: (WAVE AUDIO) Normally used for Radio, TV, DVD, or other media-related objects; does not compress audio and maintains good quality. Audio (ALT+N+O Individually) formats include MP3, WMA, WAV, M4A, AAC, AIFF, and OGG. AIFF: Uncompressed formats, which means they are exact copies of the original source audio. OGG: Open-source format, also known as Vorbis. .

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