Subject: Re: [ecasound] Can I define wave postion?
From: Kai Vehmanen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Nov 06 2000 - 00:26:46 EET
On Sat, 4 Nov 2000, Luis Pablo Gasparotto wrote:
> Iīm using QtEcasound and I canīt find the way to define wav files
> position when I load these in "qtecasound-chainsetup: command-line-setup
> >>> Add". Every wav I load a wave itīs placed at the begin of the work.
> Is there some way to solve this or I have to use console mode?
Well, actually everything that is possible in the console mode is
possible in qtecasound. Just enter the appropriate ia-mode command using
the "qtecasound CLI" input.
> Another question is there some way to save chainsetup files generated
> with QtEcasound?
Qtecasound lacks many important features, but luckily you can use the
ia-mode commands as described above. So yes, with the help of 'cs-save'
and 'cs-save-as filename.ecs' commands. One useful command is 'cs-edit'
which loads the currently selected chainsetup into an external text editor
(as configure in your ~/.ecasoundrc).
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