The patten of silence
michael at galton.ucl.ac.uk
Tue Mar 21 13:07:07 GMT 2006
On Tue, 21 Mar 2006 london.pm-request at london.pm.org wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 20, 2006 at 03:05:06PM +0000, michael wrote:
> > I've a large number of wav files, some of which have the recording has
> > messed up leaving periods of silence
> Are you, perchance, digitising records?
I'm recording the realplayer streams off the beeb using vsound
<http://www.zorg.org/vsound/index.shtml>. I've written a perl wrapper
automating the recording, I'd like to set it up so that checks to see if
the output file is truncated, has long silent gaps etc and if has, sleep
for an hour and has one more go. I mentioned pop and crackle because it
would be fun to check and flag other distortions more manual evaluation.
Audio::Data looks like a much more interesting soluton than
Audio::FindChunks. Thanks Andy!
Michael John Lush PhD Tel:44-20-7679-5027
Nomenclature Bioinformatician Fax:44-20-7387-3496
HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee Email: nome at galton.ucl.ac.uk
The Galton Laboratory
University College London, UK
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