[PD] ending an audio recording after the fact.
jmmmpais at googlemail.com
Fri Dec 30 23:23:21 CET 2011
Or open the file on a sound editor that allows you to read raw data, and
provide the number of channels, sr, etc.
(probably you found out a solution by now, anyway)
> Send readsf~ a message "open xxx.aif 0 124 2 2 b' (possibly replacing
> the "2 2" with a different number of channels and bytes per sample).
> Ship the result to another writesf~ to get it back onto disk.
> On Mon, Dec 12, 2011 at 01:39:06PM -0500, Jaime Oliver wrote:
>> Hi Everyone,
>> I once recorded a concert with writesf~, in a .wav format, and did not
>> send the "stop" message, but instead turned off the computer.
>> The file is about 730MB so everything seems to be there.
>> However, since I didn't stop recording I guess there might be some
>> headers or something missing and cannot open it. Do any of you have
>> any suggestions as to how I might be able to read the sound file?
>> Would there be a way of opening the file again form within pd and
>> "closing" it?
>> Jaime E Oliver LR
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