Subject: Re: [ecasound] undo -t:length
From: Jan Weil (Jan.Weil_AT_web.de)
Date: Fri Dec 12 2003 - 08:48:02 EET
One further comment regarding EOS.
While at first glance -x/-X and -t/-T look quite elegant there is one
If you do not happen to be a coder (well, using ecasound's CLI you are
quite likely to be a coder, but anyway) it's not necessarily obvious to
you that these two options exclude each other (you cannot use both of
them at the same time).
Therefor I'd suggest to merge them in one option.
E. g. '-x:truncate|update', '-t:original|10.5'
Am Fre, den 12.12.2003 schrieb Kai Vehmanen um 02:08:
> On Thu, 11 Dec 2003, Jan Weil wrote:
> > Ooops, it's late, I was talking about '-t:length'.
> > So I would like to suggest '-t:-1' (or maybe '-T'? analogue to
> > '-x'/'-X'?) to reset processing time to input length.
> Yes, this is a good suggestion. Will be added before 2.3.3 release.
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