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The current solution -to delete the config file- do the same job but people are mostly told to do such a thing after they asked for help here. Please enter a title. http://www.hyperionics.com/hc/faqs.asp#SoundSync fwiw computeruser July 2011 So any new insight to shine light upon recovering the video files that had this error?I found them in saved folder but nothing can play them. So, I did each file individually, then batched the normalization and saving. http://mixtecadigital.com/unable-to/unable-to-rename-temporary-file-to-permanent-file.html

Please type your message and try again. However, Asterisk does not understand ADPCM WAV files. Thanks Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Go to original post Actions More Like This Retrieving data ... I am running the declpper one by one then batching to normalize and save.

The "Show More" region beneath the video has useful links (to Jawor's Xvid and Sizer, etc...)Terry Sign In or Register to comment. This means you'll pass the 2GB limit on avi files quite soon (depending on your recording area). So what do you do? All Rights Reserved. | Powered by Help | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy and Cookies (UPDATED) | Forum Help | Tips for AskingJive Software Version: 8.0.3.0 , revision: 20160218075410.6eafe9c.release_8.0.3.x

i don't know what hypercam does, but i do know it is one of the few things I've run on my i5 that really uses the cpu, and it seems to sox foo.wav -r 8000 -c1 foo.gsm resample -ql You may get better results if you record your WAV file in 16 bit 8000 Hz mono and then run sox foo.wav foo.gsm It would be pretty silly to try to declip, and normalize audio in Encore, huh I have Master Collection, so sometimes the programs blur.... Get a free login here: Register Thanks! - Find us on Google+ Page Changes | Comments Featured - Business VoIP Residential VoIP Last modif pagesVoIPLy ReviewsSmall Business VoIPVOIP Service Providers Residentialvoip-info.orgBicom

TerryBritton July 2011 computeruser,I've had luck using VirtualDub on the temp avi files, but when you open a video, you must have the checkbox in the lower left corner checked ("Ask The content can be like this #!/bin/bash wav_file=$1 gsm_file=${1/.wav/.gsm} if [ $# -ne 1 ]; then echo "Usage: $0 filename.wav" exit fi if [ ! -f $wav_file ]; then echo "WAV Issue 286 - Threading locks on client threads Issue 292 - ClamAV engine version out of date Issue 301 - Add eventDetail program="easyextract"; version="0.1.0" Issue 331 - Set permissions on DB sox foo.wav -r 8000 -c1 foo.gsm resample -ql You may get better results if you record your WAV file in 16 bit 8000 Hz mono and then run sox foo.wav foo.gsm

Reference the following article for more information on best settings: http://screencasttutorial.org/18/best-settings-for-camstudio-to-sync-audio-and-video-28 It was actually the Capture Frames Every being set to every 5 milliseconds that was eating up your file size. The audio was out of sync later in the recording but I can change the variable so it will work next time, or use virtual dub to line the audio up If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons! Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 5.

Providers offering unlimited calling plans may have restrictions. Please turn JavaScript back on and reload this page. Here is how I am working:click on one file, run diagnostics, scan and repairdo step one for each filebatch all files and run normalizeCan I batch the declipper or do I VOIP Event Calendar PBX Internet Speed Test About Voip-info.org Business VOIP Business Voip Providers IP PBX Asterisk Based PBX Hosted PBX Virtual PBX VOIP Billing PBX Phone System SBCs / Softswitch

Note that the sox option '-ql' (lower case L) modifies the resample option. this contact form Btw, I am using the Microsoft Compressor which I've read on here is not great but it gives me the best image quality. Terry Janhgm January 2011 "The default settings for recording (at least on my machine) are 200 fps." We have to make a mental note that we shall not use these setting Then you realize that Asterisk does not use WAV format audio for the Playback or Background applications.

See below.)Note the differences!gsm: raw gsm encoding, good for VoIPwav: MS wav format, 16 bit linearWAV: MS wav format, gsm encoded (wav49)Converting to sln formatStarting from Asterisk 1.2.0, the .sln (SLINEAR) Providers offering unlimited calling plans may have restrictions. sox infile.gsm -r 44100 -a outfile.wav creates a file in a format Nero can write to CD. have a peek here Re: Proper workflow to declip, normalize, rename and save 50 files SteveG(AudioMasters) Feb 5, 2014 11:19 AM (in response to lisaellensegal) lisaellensegal wrote:I have 50 tracks that I extracted from two

Right now they are CD Track 1 etc. It looks like you're new here. It uses sed to automatically rename the files with the .sln extension (assuming incoming wav files at a sample rate other than 8khz.) for a in *.wav; do sox "$a" -t

Jan mlt October 2010 This happens if you had muted input devices before recording began.

I did find out how to change the names on the tracks when extracting into encore. The content can be like this #!/bin/bash wav_file=$1 gsm_file=${1/.wav/.gsm} if [ $# -ne 1 ]; then echo "Usage: $0 filename.wav" exit fi if [ ! -f $wav_file ]; then echo "WAV It is not a number one (1). Re: Proper workflow to declip, normalize, rename and save 50 files SteveG(AudioMasters) Feb 5, 2014 2:31 PM (in response to lisaellensegal) Well, if you're using Encore, you're on the wrong forum

More discussions in Audition CS5.5, CS6 & CC All CommunitiesAudition CS5.5, CS6 & CC 6 Replies Latest reply on Feb 5, 2014 3:21 PM by lisaellensegal Proper workflow to declip, normalize, Convert_Recordings ScriptConverting to a CD writable formatSo, you've decided to do your call recording in GSM format as you don't care about quality and you don't want to stuff your disks There is no "workaround", exactly, though some have rescued their files by bringing them into VirtualDub via the video menu setting of "Direct Stream Copy" - booklover has written about this Check This Out This is called dynamic range compression.

I was wondering whether my low hard drive space has something to do with it.. Having now tried it, I'm not convinced that you can run declip in a batch process at all, because it wouldn't let me record a favourite using it. TerryBritton April 2013 johnalan,Keep in mind that the 2GB has to include the audio (which is the lion's share of the file size in most setups), so do not trust entirely org Sorry for the inconvenience.

I could be doing something wrong, but I doubt it - the declipper ran fine but the favourite recorder said that there wasn't anything I'd done that it could save as Let me know ... I also recommend Xvid at quality setting of 1 (as I mention in all my recent videos).Here is the 2.7 tutorial video I made a little while ago - perhaps that Any help would be much appreciated, thanks.

And then if you want to save them again as MP3s, you have to re-encode them, and by the time you've done this, you will inevitably end up with more quality File Creation Error. Re: Proper workflow to declip, normalize, rename and save 50 files lisaellensegal Feb 5, 2014 11:32 AM (in response to SteveG(AudioMasters)) Yes, I am using Encore CS6 (and have been using No more "File Creation Error.

Thanks again for the help. In this example "foo.wav" is your main voice menu audio file in WAV format, and "foo.gsm" is the same file converted to GSM format. Unable to rename/copy audio file" and it creates the video+audio fine. TerryBritton January 2011 edited January 2011 John1444, Super!

Read providers terms and conditions carefully before buying. With MP3 files in Audition, they have to be decoded from their compressed format to wav before anything can happen to them. Now, set your Playback Rate to 40 (1000/25 = 40) and your audio will sync fine (use 44 or 22 kHz sampling - 11 khz is broken a bit). Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 4.

Read providers terms and conditions carefully before buying. I need to do declip, normalize, rename and burn to CDS. I also got a pointer to some more help here.. If you wanted to, you could use "main-voice-menu.gsm" as the name in place of "foo.gsm": what matters here is the second file name you use in this command ends in ".gsm".If