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#1 PropagandaPanda

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Posted 27 May 2008 - 04:47 PM

Hello.

I've recently found this nice little application SoundCapture. There are definately better freeware sound editing applications, but this one runs from the command line.

I just can't figure out how to set a recording time :thumbsup: . I guess it would be
soundcapture sndcptr /vbr /m [time] /rs+ /norm+ /wav
but that doesn't work. Whatever I tried so far it sets 30 seconds or 30 minutes.

Could anyone lend a hand :flowers: ? Below is the /?

syntax: soundcapture
[/br bitrate] : MP3 encoding bitrate (Max in case of VBR).
[/vbr] : MP3 variable bitrate encoding.
[/cbr] : MP3 constant bitrate encoding.
[/sr sample rate] : Sample Rate.
[/s] [/m] : length in seconds (/s) or minutes (/m)
[/rs+] : remove silence
[/rs-] : do not remove silence
[/sc "Sound Card"] : select the sound card
[/in "Audio Input"] : select the audio input.
[/norm+] : normalise the captured samples.
[/norm-] : disable normalisation.
[/title "name"] : Set the title for the ID3 tag.

[/mkdef] : Makes the current settings the default for future use.
[/vwdef] : View the default settings.
[/ogg] : capture to ogg vorbis file
[/wav] : do not compress, capture to wav file
[/mono] : capture in mono
[/??] : HTML Help.


Sorry if this is in the wrong forum, but the other forum is "about audio and video on your computer", which doesn't sound all that fitting.

Thanks,
The Panda

Edited by PropagandaPanda, 27 May 2008 - 04:54 PM.


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