Subject: Re: [ecasound] Concat different formats?
From: S. Massy (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Feb 15 2001 - 16:47:31 EET
On Thu, 15 Feb 2001, Mario Lang wrote:
> I need a tool which does the following. I wonder if
> this is possible with ecasound. Any ideas:
I don't see why it wouldn't be possible although I don't think you
could do it in one processing batch. I think you'd have to take one
file at a time and add it to your output stream. You would use the -y
option to set the offset at which you want the next input to be added
and surely could use -kl to do cross-fades.
Hope this helps,
> 1. Concatenate different audio files in different
> 2. Output should be a unified RIFF format,
> with 22050Hz.
> For example:
> Concat: 1.mp3, 2.wav, 3.mod, 4.wav
> All can have different sampling rates.
> I know that the resampling shouldnt be a problem in ecasound,
> but how to tell it to concat the chains, and not overlap them?
> Of course, some overlapping would be nice (cross-fade)
> but this is not really necessary.
> Can anyone give me a simple example?
> Or name another GPL tool which does thi.
> Mario <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> Let's call it an accidental feature.
> --Larry Wall
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