Subject: record only part of session
From: Eric Dantan Rzewnicki (eric_AT_zhevny.com)
Date: Sat Nov 22 2003 - 05:24:12 EET
How can I write only part of a session to an output file?
From reading the docs on .ewf it looks like this is only possible for
input. i.e the docs say:
* source - audio object name [read,write]
* offset - insert audio object at offset (seconds) [read,write]
* start-position - start offset inside audio object (seconds) [read]
* length - how much of audio object data is used (seconds) [read]
* looping - whether to loop sample data (true or false) [read]
which appears to indicate the length can only be set for read/input
I have a multi-track session set up via a .ecs file (attached). The
session runs for 907s. I want to write an output file of 300s length
starting at an offset somewhere between 0s and 607s.
Is an ewf what I need for this?
box1:~$ cat docs/sysadmin/current_settup
debian testing (sarge)
./configure --enable-optimize --with-default-tmpdir=/mnt/ramfs/
./configure --enable-pyecasound --disable-oss --disable-arts
This archive was generated by hypermail 2b28 : Sat Nov 22 2003 - 05:20:47 EET