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Old Oct 14, 2002, 02:06 AM
Van Nugent Van Nugent is offline
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It's correct that a Ram file can be created with notepad or any text editor and it's a pointer for the Real Media file (RA, RM). But after it's created and put in place, it's really an audio file. Sounds confusing, does it not?
Old Oct 14, 2002, 10:03 AM
dazco dazco is offline
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Yes, and the reason it's confusing is because it's NOT TRUE!!!! I don't know what you're trying to say, but a ram file is not and never is an audio file. If you think it is, try removing the actual audio file (RM) that the ram is pointing at and see what happens. Text files do not majically turn into audio files.

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