Are you sure it is %playback_time% and not %length% that displays "?"Yes, of course it is %length% >_<"""
Some of us have met in person over the years. I see no need to divulge personal information to a public forum. I know who to trust, and who not to trust.
If you have trouble deciding that for yourself, or if you have trouble conversing with people on here in general, then it's your personal problem.
Do I have something to hide? Yes, and lots of it: Personal information about my family, children, etc. as well as my job and information about me and my employer. I won't risk any of that for a troll, disrupting a community which is otherwise pretty reasonable, and has been for many years.
I'd urge everyone to be very cautious about divulging information about themselves, their degrees or their employment. In my case, this could mean I'd lose my job, so just be careful.
Last post by iphoneman -
My! Those guys needn't us "remonstrating" their with shoddy, make-believe claims.Crap! I clicked on "quote" instead of "modify". Sorry admins, could one of you delete this, please?
My! Those guys needn't us "remonstrating" against their shoddy, make-believe claims.
They need professional help!
Last post by polemon -
Sounds like a prime use case for LossyWAV + FLAC.
With the record levels and gain: Note that when you record at a low input level, and then increase the volume later, you'll end up increasing the noise level, too. I suggest tweaking the recording setup, such that the levels are correct, or at least better, etc.
If you do this on a regular basis, etc. you might wanna have a look at SoX. It is my de-facto standard tool for audio batch processing. I'm pretty sure there are GUIs available for it, but I'm not familiar with them, I just use the command line.
You didn't say how many channels are recorded, I assume it is stereo (two channels). In case you record with just one microphone, make sure you only use one channel, etc. I've seen recorders default to dual-mono, etc.
SoX can do companding, as @pdq said:
The OP should probably look for a means of dynamic range compression rather than just increasing the gain, preferably range compression during recording.Doing range compression during recording is preferable, but it's also possible to do it in post.
Check the man page, and search for "compand".
SoX also supports multi-band companding (command: "mcompand"), which is a little more complex, but after some playing around you'll probably find settings that work OK for you.
You can adjust loudness and gain similarly.
If you have time to spare, experiment a bit with FLAC compression levels, might as well try flac -8e, etc. LossyWAV also has a bunch of settings to try out, etc.
Are you sure it is %playback_time% and not %length% that displays "?"
AAC displays "?" for %length%.
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Last post by antz -
Its a heck of an effect. Try an audio fashion jewelry show sometime, its even funnier.I had enough laughs when I looked up his MP-1. Might've cut it back in the '40s but two huge boxes and 16 valves just for a pre-amp? Even Mullard's didn't need half that many back in the '50s.