Subject: RE: [ecasound] Feature request...
From: Stuart Allie (Stuart.Allie_AT_hydro.com.au)
Date: Thu Jan 08 2004 - 06:08:15 EET
The problem with -y is that it only works for the *last* input/output. It would be nice if there was a way to specify the same things that are in an ewf file on the command line.
... -a:chain1 -i test.wav -ewf:offset,start,length,loop ...
-i test.wav -ewf:5.0,2.0,3.0,1
for an offset of 5 seconds, starting at 2.0 seconds, for a length of 3 seconds, and looping.
I'd find this really useful.
[mailto:ecasound-list-owner_AT_wakkanet.fi]On Behalf Of Eric Dantan
Sent: Thursday, 8 January 2004 2:45 PM
Subject: Re: [ecasound] Feature request...
will -y: work for you?
Sets starting position for last specified input/output. If you need
more flexible control over audio objects, you should use the .ewf
or perhaps these for interactive mode:
ai-setpos 'time_in_seconds', ai-set-position 'time_in_seconds',
ao-setpos 'time_in_seconds', ao-set-position 'time_in_seconds'
Set audio object position to 'time_in_seconds'. [-]
ai-set-position-samples 'time_in_samples', ao-set-position-samples
Set audio object position to 'time_in_samples'. [-]
hope that helps,
Bryan Lunt wrote:
> I notice that the only way to make a clip begin playing at a time other
> than 0 is to specify that in a .efw
> This is very inconvinient in terms of writing a front end, as this wil
> require my program to write out files each time the user slides a clip in
> the trackview, it would be very nice, if there where some realtime command
> for that.
> -Bryan Lunt
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