Subject: Re: [ecasound] undo -t:length [was: undo -tl:length]
From: Jan Weil (Jan.Weil_AT_web.de)
Date: Thu Dec 11 2003 - 01:23:23 EET
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.
Am Mit, den 10.12.2003 schrieb Jan Weil um 23:57:
> AFAICT there is currently no way to 'undo' the use of the -tl option in
> interactive mode (== cs-set-length).
> What I'm trying to say is, once I have said 'make my chainsetup stop
> after 120 secs' I can't go back to 'let my chainsetup be as long as my
> longest input'. Or am I wrong?
> Assuming I'm not, maybe something like '-tl:-1' could reset this option?
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