Audio Transcriber records large audio samples, like a tape or radio broadcast, to your hard drive and splits it into tracks.
Version: 0.9.2BAudio Transcriber records large audio samples, like a tape or radio broadcast, to your hard drive and splits it into tracks to be burned onto CD-R media.
Operating System: Linux
The goal of Audio Transcriber is to make it easy to transfer audio tapes, LPs, or radio broadcasts to tracks on CD-R/CD-RW.
· The Audio Transcriber package transcriber-0.9.0.tar
· 1.5gig harddisk space. A typical cd takes 650 meg of data. If you record a 60 minute cassette tape, or radio broadcast, or whatever to your harddrive and then want to split it into individual tracks, you will need alot of hd space.
· A directory named /cdimage. Well this is not really a must but it's the default, so please make this directory some place in your directory tree that has 1.5gig of space. I prefer a dedicated partition.
· Perl - with the Tk800.xxx and Tk-Month modules. You'll probably need to go to www.cpan.org to get and install the Tk8 and Tk-Month packages or use MCPAN. Here is a link to some info about installing perl modules. You realy should read this if you are not familiar with perl.
· SOX - sound tools. Comes with most popular linux distros. Please use the SOX-12.17.1-t.tar that is distributed with this software because the trim functions in earlier versions of sox do not work correctly. I have not tested other versions of SOX except the version supplied with this software.
· CDrecord. Comes with most linux distros.
· CDDA2WAV. Comes with most linux distros as a part of the cdrecord package.
· GNU/Linux. Of course! Is there any other usable OS? Also Xwindows and the window manager of your choice.
What's New in This Release:
· A fix for a broken Timer_record.pm.
· It will now start and stop recording at the given times.