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Sounds are encoded in Ogg Vorbis format, generally with a 32K to 64K bitrate. Speech samples should be in mono and perhaps at even smaller bitrate; music samples can be in stereo if necessary. Use only short samples, and try to keep them under 100K. If they are large, include the size of the file in the link so that users are warned that they may have a long download, like this: SAMPLE (202K).

Playing Ogg Vorbis sound files

You may need to install additional software to play media files. Software to play Ogg Vorbis sound files :



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