Well, hey, thanks guys. But be careful. I can usually tell when
someone is of a certain age when I refer to her in association with my
company name. I get blank looks from 20-somethings.
I, along with Dave, would really like to know what else is available for
editing bwf metadata info. This issue has been raised in a pro audio
circle recently as well. I have a good friend who wrote a wave header
editor for changing erroneous or corrupted resolution info which is
useful when, say an ADAT or DA-88 tape has been formated for 48K and the
operator sets the machine at 44.1 instead. Anyway, I will shoot him an
email about writing a bwf editor. He might do it if there is enough
dave nolan wrote:
> Personally I'm amazed to be on an audio archive list with both the Bionic
> Man AND Police Woman ;-) (I'm way too old to think of Steve Austin as a
> dave nolan
> P.S. - THANKS for the link to the BWF reader/writer apps for Mac! Still
> wondering what other folks are using to view/enter/edit BWF metadata - I can
> find tons of obscure tech papers about XML tags or BWF header info specs,
> not so much luck finding a simple app or apps that allow a simple
> non-computer-programmer audio guy like myself to begin entering or
> productively using BWF metadata...
> Any additional resources, Mac or PC would be incredibly welcome :-)
>>Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2005 17:47:46 -0800
>>From: steven austin <[log in to unmask]>
>>Subject: Re: .wav file content information
>>Is it just me, or are we all getting a secret thrill to be on the same
>>list with...Angie Dickinson?
>>From: Association for Recorded Sound Discussion List
>>[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Angie Dickinson
>>Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2005 4:05 PM
>>To: [log in to unmask]
>>Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] .wav file content information
>>dave nolan wrote:
>>>Hello all -
>>>I just wanted to chime in and ask if anyone had any specific software
>>>packages that provided a decent GUI (graphical user interface) for
>>I just came across this Mac only free reader. He has a writer now too.
>>Wish I could find something similar for Windows.
>>There is a screen shot of the reader on this site.