[PD] readsf~ problem with 28-channel 256hz file
IOhannes m zmoelnig
zmoelnig at iem.at
Mon Aug 20 10:08:55 CEST 2012
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On 2012-08-07 16:45, Johanna Nowak wrote:
> * kristof lauwers <pd at kristoflauwers.domainepublic.net> [2012-08-07
>>> If you have enough ram, you could also load all soundfile data
>>> into 28 tables, and read from those using tabread4~ or even a
>>> message-based tabread followed by a line~.
>> i will give that a try. thanks for the suggestion!
that's probably the sanest way to deal with the problem.
> Have you tried opening the 256Hz wav file(s) in another
> application, such as sox, and resampling it there, resulting in
> a 44.1kHz file?
youwill get a very large soundfile. WAV can only hold up to 2GB of
samples, with the given specs of the data you will easily exceed that
[readsf~] can read other data that do not have this problem (e.g.
stupid formats like nextstep's snd or even raw)
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