Subject: Re: [ecasound] ecasound at ladc
From: Dave Phillips (dlphilp_AT_bright.net)
Date: Tue Mar 30 2004 - 22:36:47 EEST
Thank you for your reply. I figured out how to get the result I was
chasing, I arrived at the almost same solutions as you advise. I didn't
know about the channel copy flag though, that could come in handy.
I'll check out your Web site, thanks for the URL.
Julien Claassen wrote:
> I don't use any text-to-speech software. So it's ok. You might want to have
>a short look at my website. It's still under construction and I didn't have a
>lot of time lately, but still... It can be found at:
> It's the same topic.
> Now your ecasound-question. I think you could add the following for output:
> -a:all -f:16,4,44100 -o 4ch.wav
> This would be the general format. -a:all means use output of all chains.
>Then I don't know what you want to do with the single channels. You can use
>the -erc option to copy a channel to another one. So:
> -erc:1,3 -erc:2,4
> would copy the front-channels to the rear channels. I hope it was the right
>syntax. But you can look the -erc and -erm (channel-mixdown) in the manpage.
> I'm also looking forward to see - ehm... meet - you again. :-)
> Take care and have a nice time
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