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[ANN] Amadeus Pro v1.3
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Martin Hairer
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PostPosted: Sun May 04, 2008 10:40 am    Post subject: [ANN] Amadeus Pro v1.3 Reply with quote

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Yes, 74.9 MB is massive for an image. If i am understanding you
correctly, you are saying that the file under discussion does play
sound in A2? If that is true, it is very possible that the Type code
of the file has become damaged.

No, the point is that if you save a sonogram in the Amadeus format,
then it doesn't just contain the picture, but also the sound itself,
so that you can recompute the picture.

What should work to recover the sound, is:
- Open it in Amadeus II.
- Choose "Copy" in the "Edit" menu.
- Create a new document (File -> New).
- Choose "Paste".
- Save that document as AIFF or WAVE or any other sound format.
Regards,

Martin

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PostPosted: Sun May 04, 2008 10:46 am    Post subject: [ANN] Amadeus Pro v1.3 Reply with quote

Martin,
I think you are right (and great).

Flavio


On 04/mag/08, at 12:40, Martin Hairer wrote:

Quote:
Quote:
Yes, 74.9 MB is massive for an image. If i am understanding you
correctly, you are saying that the file under discussion does play
sound in A2? If that is true, it is very possible that the Type
code of the file has become damaged.

No, the point is that if you save a sonogram in the Amadeus format,
then it doesn't just contain the picture, but also the sound
itself, so that you can recompute the picture.

What should work to recover the sound, is:
- Open it in Amadeus II.
- Choose "Copy" in the "Edit" menu.
- Create a new document (File -> New).
- Choose "Paste".
- Save that document as AIFF or WAVE or any other sound format.
Regards,

Martin

HairerSoft
http://www.hairersoft.com/


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