Subject: Re: [ecasound] mix question
From: S. Massy (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Sep 21 2001 - 01:24:47 EEST
On Thu, 20 Sep 2001, Pieter De Troyer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I just discovered ecasound, and it look slike it is exactly what i was
> looking for. However, i couldn't figure out yet how I can do the
> I want to play different pieces of music which fade-in and out into each
> e.g.: file 1 starts at time zero and plays for 15 secs, of which the last
> three secs are a fade-out. During the fade-out file to starts to play,
> with a fade-in of 4 secs. After file 2 comes file three and so on...
> the playing at the desired time is easily solved with the ewf files...
> so, for each piece of music I made a .ewf file and then started playing
> them lik this:
> ecasound -a:1 -i:file1.ewf -a:2 -i file2.ewf .... -a:all
> this works really fine... now the fades :-) if I apply a fade-in on
> channel 3, does it starts fading right from the startof the chain, or does
> it start fading at time 'offset', stated in the .ewf file?
The best way to go for crossfades is probably -kl2 from the manpage:
Two-stage linear envelope, a more versatile tool
for doing fade-ins and fade-outs. Stays at
■start_value■ for ■1st_stage_length■ seconds and
then linearly changes towards ■end_value■ during
So reusing your own example:
-a:1 -i:file1.ewf -ea:100 -kl2:1,100,0,12,3 \
-a:2 -i file2.ewf -ea:100 -kl:1,,0,100,4 \
> thx for your help
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