Dragonframe 3.5 and newer accepts most standard audio formats including WAV, AIFF, MP3 and others.

For earlier versions, the supported audio file formats are:

  • WAV or AIFF
  • 8 or 16 bit per channel
  • 1 or 2 channels (mono or stereo)

If you are on the Mac, you can get a free program called “Audacity”. Open your file with it, and then save it as a WAV file. It will be compatible with Dragon Stop Motion and Dragonframe.

You can also use iTunes to convert the file.

Open the file in iTunes, then follow the instructions here:
http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1550

Basically, you go to the iTunes Preferences, select “Import Settings…”, and choose Import Using “WAV Encoder”.
Then select your audio track in iTunes, go to the Advanced menu and select “Create Wav version”.

You should be able to import that version into Dragon Stop Motion or Dragonframe.