Author Topic: Tool to prepare DL32R multichannel files for your DAW  (Read 6570 times)

VoiceofDuum

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Re: Tool to prepare DL32R multichannel files for your DAW
« Reply #15 on: March 18, 2019, 02:13:24 AM »
Hi Torsten,

AudioDemuxer looks amazing! Thank you for writing it. But for some reason on my setup it's going what looks like one step too far. I created a profile that's the same as the default 16-track mono profile but left off Tracks 6-16 since I only need the first five. It patiently goes through as indicated:

New File: E:\Euphony concert\Euphony_3.wav
7 file(s) in set

Starting Demuxing
Euphony_1 (1)->Track 1_1
Euphony_1 (2)->Track 2_1
Euphony_1 (3)->Track 3_1
Euphony_1 (4)->Track 4_1
Euphony_1 (5)->Track 5_1
Euphony_2 (1)->Track 1_2
Euphony_2 (2)->Track 2_2
Euphony_2 (3)->Track 3_2
Euphony_2 (4)->Track 4_2
Euphony_2 (5)->Track 5_2
Euphony_3 (1)->Track 1_3
Euphony_3 (2)->Track 2_3
Euphony_3 (3)->Track 3_3
Euphony_3 (4)->Track 4_3
Euphony_3 (5)->Track 5_3
Euphony_4 (1)->Track 1_4
Euphony_4 (2)->Track 2_4
Euphony_4 (3)->Track 3_4
Euphony_4 (4)->Track 4_4
Euphony_4 (5)->Track 5_4
Euphony_5 (1)->Track 1_5
Euphony_5 (2)->Track 2_5
Euphony_5 (3)->Track 3_5
Euphony_5 (4)->Track 4_5
Euphony_5 (5)->Track 5_5
Euphony_6 (1)->Track 1_6
Euphony_6 (2)->Track 2_6
Euphony_6 (3)->Track 3_6
Euphony_6 (4)->Track 4_6
Euphony_6 (5)->Track 5_6
Euphony_7 (1)->Track 1_7
Euphony_7 (2)->Track 2_7
Euphony_7 (3)->Track 3_7
Euphony_7 (4)->Track 4_7
Euphony_7 (5)->Track 5_7

concatenate files:
Track 1.wav
Track 2.wav
Track 3.wav
Track 4.wav
Track 5.wav

Done!


And then it removes all the files it just created, and I'm right back where I started. I can watch it build and then delete the files in the source audio folder. Looked everywhere on the computer - files are gone.

AudioDemuxer does log error messages, saying some of the files couldn't be deleted but they were:

19:28:14: File 'E:\Euphony concert\Track 1_1.wav' couldn't be removed (error 0: the operation completed successfully.)
19:28:14: File 'E:\Euphony concert\Track 1_2.wav' couldn't be removed (error 0: the operation completed successfully.)
19:28:14: File 'E:\Euphony concert\Track 2_1.wav' couldn't be removed (error 0: the operation completed successfully.)
19:28:14: File 'E:\Euphony concert\Track 2_2.wav' couldn't be removed (error 0: the operation completed successfully.)
19:28:14: File 'E:\Euphony concert\Track 3_1.wav' couldn't be removed (error 0: the operation completed successfully.)
19:28:14: File 'E:\Euphony concert\Track 3_2.wav' couldn't be removed (error 0: the operation completed successfully.)
19:28:15: File 'E:\Euphony concert\Track 4_1.wav' couldn't be removed (error 0: the operation completed successfully.)
19:28:15: File 'E:\Euphony concert\Track 4_2.wav' couldn't be removed (error 0: the operation completed successfully.)
19:28:15: File 'E:\Euphony concert\Track 5_1.wav' couldn't be removed (error 0: the operation completed successfully.)
19:28:15: File 'E:\Euphony concert\Track 5_2.wav' couldn't be removed (error 0: the operation completed successfully.)


Can you figure out from this what I'm doing wrong? Thanks for any assistance. The original engineer recorded all 32 channels, and the prospect of going through seven 32-track WAVs to manually select and concatenate five tracks seems arduous.

(Win10 Home 64-bit, target DAW PT11 or Audacity)

Cheers ... Clayton

VoiceofDuum

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Re: Tool to prepare DL32R multichannel files for your DAW
« Reply #16 on: March 25, 2019, 03:35:05 PM »
While waiting for a moderator to approve my previous post, I figured out how to talk to Sox with a lengthy batch file to accomplish what I needed. Still would be nice to know why AudioDemuxer didn't want to do it, though, for future projects.

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Re: Tool to prepare DL32R multichannel files for your DAW
« Reply #17 on: April 23, 2019, 10:09:10 PM »
Hey Clayton,

sorry for only noticing your post right now - could you somehow share your profile file and the .wav recording files (cloud storage, dropbox link etc)? I'd like to have a look at what's happening here...

Cheers,

Torsten