[TriLUG] Re: mixing 2 mono wavs to 1 stereo
brian at strutmasters.com
Fri Oct 27 11:23:10 EDT 2006
That's exactly what I was looking for (and, apparently, designed exactly
for the use I have for it). Your patch to switch the output format to
something sane also helped tremendously.
Aaron Schrab wrote:
> At 09:43 -0400 27 Oct 2006, Brian Henning <brian at strutmasters.com> wrote:
>> Thanks for the suggestion, but unfortunately that doesn't achieve the
>> effect I'm looking for. The command you suggest results in a stereo
>> combination of two mono files, yes, but it's a stereo file with the same
>> signal in left and right channels. What I want is mono file #1 to
>> become the left channel and mono file #2 to become the right channel.
>> It seems silly-easy -- change the header of the wav data to indicate
>> stereo, then interleave the samples from the two files... I'm not sure
>> why I'm having such trouble actually finding such a utility.
> I've been using a program called sxim to do this for awhile:
> I made the change from the following patch to change the output format,
> since lame didn't like the output format originally used.
Brian A. Henning
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