Subject: [ecasound] newbie in need for help!
From: Marco Ciampa (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Feb 23 2001 - 00:53:06 EET
I've go two wav files that I wish to listen to in a
(2)starting from a random point in time,
(3)at a random startpoint (in the audio file)
(4)and with a random end (less that the lenght of the audio file(s))
the first 3 points, no problem, but the point 4 makes me truble...
When I try to do a command like this:
ecasound -a:1 -i:1.ewf -a:2 -i:2.ewf -a:all -o /dev/dsp
with in 1.ewf and 2.ewf respectively
source = 1.wav
start-position = 8.000000
offset = 5.000000
length = 2
source = 2.wav
start-position = 000000
offset = 000000
length = 20
the result is a segfault at the end of the 1.ewf
What is wrong?
I need to create (automatically possibly) some effects like these:
1) in audio track 1 I have some background music that I want to lower of
audio level with the presence of voice in track 2 (like some radio
broadcast effects). Is it possible?
2) create some fadein/fadeout effects in an audio track given some
I'm (trying) to use ecasound and I'll be happy to translate my (little)
experience and (possibly) the help gained from this mailing list in a
little Italian ecasound howto
Many thanks in advance
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