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Re: Fostex FR2LE auto file-splitting?

Subject: Re: Fostex FR2LE auto file-splitting?
From: "Rob Danielson" danielson_audio
Date: Tue Jun 9, 2009 10:35 am ((PDT))
This is probably true, Chris. To clarify further:

  "split stereo" sound files -- a specific format that creates two
mono files, often with ".L" and ".R" suffixes). This allows one to
create longer, stereo recordings within file size limits on recorders
supporting this format.


A sound recorder's ability to close-out a sound file that has reached
the file size limit and start writing another file without break in
time (thus "splitting" the time recorded into multiple files).

Rob D.

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At 1:26 PM +0100 6/9/09, Chris Edwards wrote:
>On Mon, 8 Jun 2009, Curt Olson wrote:
>| File splitting would be useful, but better would be if it would close
>| out the current file and start a new one without interrupting the
>| recording.
>I'm pretty sure this is exactly what folk mean by "auto file-splitting".


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