[ardour-users] file lengths
Marijus Bernotas Marukas
marukas at hardcore.lt
Thu Jan 19 19:56:45 PST 2006
This is serious. I was trying to record a long track from DAT source and
ardour hanged when I clicked stop :/ As a result no wav file was created -
1,5 hours of work were lost.
Is it possible to record using raw audio instead of WAV?
From: ardour-users-bounces at lists.ardour.org
[mailto:ardour-users-bounces at lists.ardour.org] On Behalf Of Paul Davis
Sent: Friday, January 20, 2006 1:11 AM
To: Peter Lutek
Cc: Ardour users list
Subject: Re: [ardour-users] file lengths
On Thu, 2006-01-19 at 16:55 -0500, Peter Lutek wrote:
> since all files are converted to wav or bwf on import, it is not
> possible to import (or record, for that matter) files which would
> result (i.e. after splitting channels) in filesizes greater than ~4Gb,
> i'm a little confused about that limit.... some sites say 2Gb and some
> say 4Gb.
> anyway, there is a constraint on the length of any single chunk of
> audio due to the wav/bwf format, right? would someone clarify this in
> real-world numbers, please? i'm looking at recording live events which
> run to a few hours, in 96k, float.
RIFF/WAV has an internal length field that holds (2^31) bytes as a maximum
your filesystem can probably get to a 64 bit length. this doesn't solve the
WAV internal length problem.
you can't even get 1 hour from WAV using 32 bit sample format @ 96kHz.
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