I've been importing WAV files, exported from Cubase, into FlipaClip and have on a couple of occasions come across a file that will not play, despite the Cubase export settings being identical to all the other files that play perfectly. These non-playing files are not corrupt and will play back fine on all other media. They seem to have a small exclamation mark added to the filename when converted into FlipaClip, as in the screenshot below. Even converting the file to m4a prior to importing doesn't help.
I'm just curious as to why FlipaClip seems to take against random audio files now and again.
Customer support service by UserEcho