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Hi all, For those who need to deliver conform specs: I've been working my butt off to get things easier: My loudnessChange can now measure mono, stereo, 5.1 and 7.1 And it can correct if the loudness is wrong. But wait, there is more! It accepts inputs mono or poly, and you can output mono or poly (thus, interleave / de-interleave). For non-interleaved output, you can decide the new track names, and auto place them in a subfolder if desired. It can also remap if you go from L C R xxxx to L R C xxxx or alike, no matter the interleave in/ output. Then, if you have stems, it can auto correct the stems based on the printmaster. (that's not all, but I'll keep it short here.) I think the accuracy is on par with the competition (or better), for a fraction of the cost. But, to make it really great, the interface needs a bit of work. It's a mayhem of different formats to expect / output. I could use some others to have a look at that. If you feel to help, drop me a PM. Thanks, Bouke
Hey Guys, I recently recorded a short film for a buddy of mine and used my Pro Tools 9 and Focusrite Saffire 56 interface to record 1-4 mic inputs. I am now finding that I can't export poly wav files from Pro Tools (trying to use the export file command always makes many mono files). I downloaded wave agent to see what I can do, but I have never used the program. Also, I didn't roll on all inputs all the time, so the filing naming isn't consistent for which take they are. (For example Boom_01.wav and Studio Mic_01.wav might be from the same take, but Lav 1_01.wav would be from 4 takes later as I didn't roll the lav mic on the first three takes, etc.) They do all have the right timecode start and stop, so I'm hoping that helps? (No timecode to camera, just Pro Tool's own timecode timeline). Does anyone know of a simple way for me to export these files into poly wav files for the edit suite? Thanks guys!