Link to .capx file (required!):
Steps to reproduce:
1. Save the capx as project and then open the files folder.
2. Open the ogg, wav and m4a in audio program like sound forge. You can see that there is now a gap in the waveform of teh m4a that was not present in teh wave file and is not in the ogg file.
3. The wave and ogg are seamless loops the m4a has a gap added to it by the C2 conversion
The seamless loop is now not seamless it has a horrid sounding gap. :(
The m4a should be seamless like the ogg and the original wave file.
any that play the m4a in preference to the ogg file
Operating system & service pack:
Construct 2 version:
I have found this information about the problem
At the moment I am passing my ogg through this website
The resulting file is seamless, so it can be done. It appears the converter that you are using for C2 is the culprit.
This result is not a problem for simple non-looping sounds but is a killer for when a seamless continuous sound is required, e.g., engine noises, waterfalls etc