putseg - copy .SEG info to a .WAV file
putseg [-old] [-off:n] [-echo] [-edit] [-alter] input[.seg] output[.wav]
putseg reads segment definitions from input.seg and writes it
Interpret begin and end values as sample numbers.
Offset all segment locations by n msecs. (i.e., add n msec
to the beginning and end of each segment as it is added).
Echo processes to screen.
- Merges segment definitions into current segment table. Name collisions
are assumed to be redefinitions of existing segments unless the -alter
switch is also set. Thus, existing segments which match new segments
by name are redefined unless -alter is also set. For RIFF file format,
names are case senstive.
Alter segment names on name collisions. If a segment name in the input
matches that of an existing segment, append one or more digits to the
end of the input name to create a unique name.
This command has been rewritten in C (previous version was in Fortran)
and now can load extended segment tables into RIFF format files.
H. T. Bunnell