[linux-audio-user] JACK timemachine W64 files

Jon B 30plxf602 at sneakemail.com
Wed Feb 16 22:18:25 EST 2005

Is there a way to get timemachine to "always" output wav files?  It's
annoying that it creates this weird W64 file that no program can play
except sndfile-play, which is an annoying command-line program and
won't output to JACK anyway.  Is there a .timemachine file or
something where I can set settings?

If not, how do I convert w64 files to wav?  sndfile-convert doesn't
seem to work, as rezound says "warning -- libaudiofile reports that
/home/omegatron/tm-2005-02-16T21:47:44.wav contains 96670161848201472
sample frames yet the file is most likely not large enough to contain
that many samples.
Loading what can be loaded."

Also I think I just damaged my eardrums so I'm really mad at everything.  :-)


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