Creating sounds


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Creating sounds

In the last movie we looked at how to import movies into your InDesign document. Now let's look at sound files. But before you get too excited, you need to know that InDesign is pretty limited in the kind of files that it can import; specifically, it cannot import those MP3 files that you just ripped from a CD and no, it can't play those rocking tunes while you are laying out your document either. No, this is for PDF playback while you are in Acrobat, but it will work with all the basic file formats, such as, WAV, AU, and AIFF files.

Let's see how to do it. I have my Bliss_ Interactive file open from my Exercise folder and I am going to jump to the last page by clicking on the Last Page button in the lower left corner. You can import a sound file the same way that you import a movie or a graphic. Just go to the File menu, choose Place, and then choose it from your hard drive. I am going to use this file called summary.AIF. I click Open and it loads the Place cursor. I can pu...

Creating sounds
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Creating sounds provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by David Blatner as part of the InDesign CS4 Beyond the Basics

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