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Author Topic: Playback of Recordings made with SDR Software  (Read 13063 times)

Offline ChrisSmolinski

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Re: Playback of Recordings made with SDR Software
« Reply #15 on: July 28, 2014, 1716 UTC »
Yeah, you've probably hit a 2GB file limit.  I wonder if a standard audio editing program could split it for you into two smaller files, if it is close enough to a WAVE file in structure?
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Re: Playback of Recordings made with SDR Software
« Reply #16 on: July 28, 2014, 1953 UTC »
I should have split up the recording as I knew the SSTV data wasn't until the end. I think I saw a program once that splits wav files. I recorded using Studio1 that is supposed to save a Perseus wav file. The Perseus won't recognize the format, but MySDrPlayback gets them fine. Sort of ironic.

XP keeps resetting my audio settings, and I've never liked tinkering with it. I lost whatever it was I did a while back to get SDR audio into the MMSSTV program. Let's see- what's more fun, searching for a way to split a Perseus wav file or messing with XP audio settings? I sure want to get that Live Free or Die skull SSTV file. It really looks good.
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