Here's something I never thought I'd do here... ask a question related to my day job. :D
I'm a technician in a nursing simulation lab -- I get to play with human simulators all day -- and I've convinced the director to purchase better vocal sounds for the mannequins. We went with Partners in Ryhme's Human Sound Effects because the library fit our needs perfectly, and now that I've copied the WAVs onto our equipment, they're making the mannequins crash on playback.
The best I can tell is it's a problem with either the bit rate (705kbps vs the original's 352) or the sample rate (44kHz vs 22), so I need to batch-process 445 files to get the new files to match up with the existing files.
The problem is I don't know how to do that... I know how to do it one-by-one, but that'll take me all day.
Do any of you know of a cheap or free program that I can do this with?