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- Subject: Re: Joining two wave files
- From: Luciano de Souza <luchyanus@...>
- Date: Sun, 04 Sep 2011 14:08:32 -0300
The problem is solved under several perspectives. Your code works very
well. By means of it and the link on wave format, I can study the
subject more deeply. Thank you for the extreme attention.
I liked the usage of "sub". When data is string, "sub" is used to
delimite a portion of text. As the data is binary, "sub" is used to
capture a peace of data between two positions in bytes.
I have never neeeded to deal with binary data, so the "rb" and "wb"
don't make much sense for me. Now, I have a very good application.
And I have also "sox", a very workable feature.
yes, success is complete! Thank for all!
Em 04-09-2011 13:27, Lorenzo Donati escreveu:
On 04/09/2011 16.59, Luciano de Souza wrote:
Try this and see if it helps.
Warning: ALMOST UNTESTED CODE.
Change the path1/path2 locals to point to your files or make a better
script by taking the paths from the cmd line!
Note: uses info from the link posted by Patrick: