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Re: slightly OT: raw audio file format
Wavesurfer, from KTH, usually is able to guess correctly the raw data
format; moreover, it has an intuitive interface for the "trial and
Il 01/06/2011 12:47, John Culling ha scritto:
Trial and error. I should try 44.1 kHz 16-bit stereo first.
CoolEdit/Audition is good at reinterpreting raw data
however you say.
Massimo Grassi<massimo.grassi@xxxxxxxx> 01 June 2011 11:00:59>>>
Dear list members,
I've been asked by a friend to work on a recording. The recording file
extension is "raw". I'm not familiar with this type of file. As far as I
understood this file-type is an uncompressed audio file with no header
Here come the questions:
1. Are the above information correct?
2. Is there any other info missing?
3. How do I understand sample rate and bit resolution if the file has no
Thank you all in advance,