Method 4 Compressing Large Audio Files Understand what can be compressed. ... Download Audacity. ... Open the file you want to compress. ... Make the file mono (optional). ... Click " File" → " Export Audio". ... Select your compressed format. ... Click the Options... ... Export the file.
This may mean an approaching illness or trouble. All the rest dreams about the fish have a good meaning. For example, if you dream that you catch a big fish, it is a sign of good luck, which is very close to you. If you see someone else catching fish, it means that you will be very energetic during upcoming days.
Peak wind gusts reached 190 mph (306 kph) while the storm churned over the western Pacific. Besides having unsurpassed intensity, Super Typhoon Tip is also remembered for its massive size. Tip's diameter of circulation spanned approximately 1,380 miles (2,220 km), setting a record for the largest storm on Earth.
The San Andreas Fault is 800 miles long and only about 10-12 miles deep, so that earthquakes larger than magnitude 8.3 are extremely unlikely. The largest earthquake ever recorded by seismic instruments anywhere on the earth was a magnitude 9.5 earthquake in Chile on May 22, 1960.
10 biggest earthquakes in recorded history Valdivia, Chile, 22 May 1960 (9.5) ... Prince William Sound, Alaska, 28 March 1964 (9.2) ... Sumatra, Indonesia, 26 December 2004 (9.1) ... Sendai, Japan, 11 March 2011 (9.0) ... Kamchatka, Russia, 4 November 1952 (9.0) ... Bio-bio, Chile, 27 February 2010 (8.8)
The Largest Earthquake In U. S. History Happened 50 Years Ago Today. At 5:36 p.m. on March 27, 1964, a 9.2-magnitude earthquake erupted 78 miles east of Anchorage, Alaska. The earthquake remains the most powerful earthquake to strike North America, and the second-largest earthquake ever measured.
George Frandsen ( USA) has entered the new Guinness World Records 2017 Edition with an extraordinary collection – the world's Largest collection of coprolite, otherwise known as fossilised faeces.
A tsunami with a record run-up height of 1720 feet occurred in Lituya Bay, Alaska. On the night of July 9, 1958, an earthquake along the Fairweather Fault in the Alaska Panhandle loosened about 40 million cubic yards (30.6 million cubic meters) of rock high above the northeastern shore of Lituya Bay.