Also, about the destructive part, this was a 24 hour recording captured
digitally offline and split into 6x4 hour recordings, the original is
preserved as captured, the preservation master has been converted, in ths
case, to 48khz/16bit, therefore exceeding the 2GB theshold, thus the split
at an apropriate pause.
On Fri, Nov 26, 2010 at 9:00 PM, Marie O'Connell <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Our version of Quadriga does not accept files over 2GB. We only have
> certain parts of Quadriga, the batch processor and Audio File Inspector,
> that is why we use Wavelab as our editor and then process to the digital
> archive through quadriga.
> The process that a staff member used was not the way we do things, and as a
> new staff member, for some ridiculous reason she had never been shown the
> auto-split capability in wavelab by her predecessor. She has now had
> training as to how to follow protocol.
> On Fri, Nov 26, 2010 at 8:41 PM, Corey Bailey <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Hi Marie,
>> Your original post raised a couple of questions:
>> 1) Won't Quadriga work in real time? I'm pretty certain that a colleague
>> of mine uses Quadriga to scan files as they are being digitized. In
>> real-time mode the file size doesn't matter (I think).
>> 2) It sounds like you are doing destructive editing. Why?
>> Corey Bailey Audio Engineering
>> At 12:54 PM 11/25/2010, you wrote:
>>> Sorry that my email was as 'clear as mud'! I have now resolved the
>>> and everything is back to normal.
>>> On Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 9:21 PM, Marie O'Connell <[log in to unmask]>
>>> > We use Wavelab as our digital editor and Quadriga as our Audio file
>>> > Inspector. When we have files greater than 2GB they are simply not
>>> > in Quadriga, I am not concerned with this presently. The method we use
>>> > to split these files in Wavelab and give them persistent identifier
>>> codes to
>>> > represent this.
>>> > One new staff member, our Accessions person unfortunately was not shown
>>> > correct procedure to split files using Wavelab. It seems to me that
>>> she has
>>> > cut the file which is stereo and then pasted it into a mono New wavelab
>>> > and the saved it that way.
>>> > These files are born digital and downloaded from NZ radio stations.
>>> > that we no longer have the original second part of the original stereo
>>> > download, what is the suggestion as to fix up the second part, of the
>>> > (which is now mono) to fix this problem, considering the original part
>>> > now been "saved as" in a new format?
>>> > Marie