audio file handling
mark at maseurope.net
Sun Nov 12 14:30:21 CST 2006
Phil, my AudioWaveform component will read the WAV and AIF headers,
and I don't think it would be a huge stretch to re-write the headers,
but if you need to perform sample rate conversions (and it sounds
like you do), it won't be much help.
I have no knowledge of what a decent sample-rate conversion algorithm
might consist of, but I'm pretty sure that it would be non-trivial,
and probably not the sort of thing that Transcript is well suited
for. Maybe it can be done using Quicktime?
On 12 Nov 2006, at 05:11, Phil Davis wrote:
> Hello List,
> I have a ton of audio files (.WAV and .AIF) I want to examine in
> Rev, discover which ones were created with the wrong settings
> (sampling rate, frequency range, etc), and re-render & export them
> with different settings. (don't laugh!)
> So this is really two questions:
> 1) Is there a way in Rev to get that kind of info about a file? I
> can set the filename of a player and look at props of the player,
> but that doesn't seem to give me what I need. (Or am I missing
> 2) Once I discover which files created wrong, is there a way I can
> export them from Rev with different settings?
> Thanks folks. I appreciate whatever ideas you can offer.
> Phil Davis
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