Subject: Re: [ecasound] How to start a chain in a certain position?
From: Luis Pablo Gasparotto (luispagasparotto_AT_yahoo.com)
Date: Fri Oct 19 2001 - 03:59:52 EEST
El Miť 17 Oct 2001 19:14, escribiste:
> On Mon, 8 Oct 2001, janne halttunen wrote:
> >> The ewf-format can handle offsets when in output mode. So instread of
> >> writing to xxx.wav, write to xxx.ewf. Something like:
> > Hey, this is a cool feature! Ofcourse I have an improvement
> > suggestion. (what are they called, edi's?)
> > What if there could be a check if the vocals.ewf file already existed,
> > and if it did, the engine could start the recording at the offset
> > specified in that file?
> Hmm, do you have some specific use-case in mind?
> This feature might be a bit confusing - what happens when you issue
> "setpos", "fw" and similar command in iactive mode...?
> Or were you thinking about limiting ecasound's access to only certain part
> of an audio file...? So something like:
> source = foo.wav
> limit-start = 60
> limit-end = 120
Yes this is what I mean.
> ecasound -i foo.ewf -o bar.wav
> .... would be equal to:
> ecasound -i foo.wav -y:60 -o bar.wav -t:60
> Btw; The ewf-field name 'source' is not very good. Maybe just
> rename it to 'file' or more generic 'object'?
Thank you very much,
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