WavSplit splits large WAV files at given time positions. To find out split positions you can use any WAV player or editor with a time display.
After unpacking the tarball type these commands:
make && make install
to start the compilation process and copy the program to /usr/local/bin,
and the man pages to /usr/share/man/man1.
(If you don't have a root account, simply issue "make" and copy the tool
manually to the desired location)
You can alter the destinations by editing the variables BIN and MAN in
Note for all 64-bit systems: when your `long'-type vars are 64 bit, .wav
headers are not read/written correctly (=bug). If you replace every `long'
with an `int' (or other 32-bit type), everything should be fine.
To run WavSplit, issue the command
wavsplit WAV-FILE mm:ss [mm:ss] [mm:ss]...
What's New in This Release:
· Fixed a bug that frames should be >=0.0 (not >0.0 as originally)
· Updated the man page to include tracktimes options.
· Added MAN path to the makefile, and copied man pages there