[PD] error: resize failed
timvets at gmail.com
Thu Oct 14 09:32:26 CEST 2010
2010/10/14 William Brent <william.brent at gmail.com>
> I actually lose sleep over this. IOhannes had a helpful response when
> I brought it up a while ago, and you can follow the thread here:
> Sounds like it won't be fixed anytime soon, so I just resize the table
> to the right amount manually beforehand. Is there an extern for
> getting soundfile info (e.g., number of frames) without actually
> loading audio? That would make this issue pretty easy to manage.
I'll try your suggestion with [wavinfo].
> On Wed, Oct 13, 2010 at 7:20 PM, tim vets <timvets at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I have a list of *.wav files to be played in sync with their
> > video files.
> > I load them into tables to play them with tabread~
> > Most of the time it works, except for some files, where I get "error:
> > failed" and they won't play back.
> > The files are relatively big (between 30 and 100 MB), but I put "-maxsize
> > 9999999" in the loading message.
> > (This should allow to load wave files up to 3.7 minutes long, right ? I
> > not get the "truncated" warning...)
> > The wavs are created using ffmpeg to extract the audio from the video
> > I tried re-encoding the offending wav file in Audacity, with still the
> > result.
> > The offending files are not necessarily the biggest ones.
> > more strange stuff:
> > The table that should hold the wav file shows a flat line which ends
> > the table, the rest is blank.
> > When opening the properties for the table, and trying to copy the
> > in the 'size' entry, I get "error: .gfxstub8585b30.n.entry: no such
> > although it seems to copy to the clipboard alright.
> > Pd version 0.41.4-extended
> > ubuntustudio Hardy
> > any ideas ?
> > thanks,
> > Tim
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