Every time I try to import an audio asset, I get the error 'file is not valid'
I even tried to save files in Ogg Vorbits and then bring them in, and when I check the Unity manual, it doesn't say any special orders for audio assets.
please submit a bug report and attach the project and the audio files.
Answer by qJake
Mar 15, 2010 at 11:36 PM
Determine whether Unity is acting up, or whether it's specific to the sound you're trying to import.
Try importing an MP3 file of a song. Download a free sound effect off the Internet in WAV format and try importing that. Do those fail, as well?
It is when I try to add any WAV file or anything I have made and saved as Ogg.
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