.RA - RealAudio files
- The output bit-rates are approximate only, and the actual bit-rate produced will vary with the input sample rate and channel count, e.g. anything less than 44100Hz stereo music won't use more than about 80 kbit/s.
- You are only allowed to write RA files, not read them. Don't ask us why, ask RealNetworks.
Required 3rd party software:
- In order to be able to encode RA files you must install a pack of runtime DLL's (awrapack.zip). You'll find it here...
- Voice/Music/Stereo music,, 8, 11, 16, 22, 32, 44.1 kHz, 20, 34, 45, 80, 150 kbit/s.