|Subject:||LF: Combining wav files|
|From:||DK7FC <[email protected]>|
|Date:||Thu, 04 Aug 2016 13:50:35 +0200|
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Hi Edgar, Thanks for the suggestion.Well i tried Audacity to combine the files. But it didn't work. Maybe i missed something or it is also limited to 2 GB? It was late at night and i wanted to start with the analysis over night. Windows media player is not really a proffessional solution :-) But as you can see it works and this kind of experiments will only be a few. There may be a phase glitch when a new files gets started but with 1PPS+NMEA this will be corrected in less than a second.
73, Stefan Am 04.08.2016 13:23, schrieb [email protected]:
Hi Stefan,You could use SOX software http://sox.sourceforge.net/ (command line in a batch file)or Audacity software http://www.audacityteam.org/ (windows) to combine the audio files. Regards, Edgar Moonah, Tasmania.
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