rengel
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wrote on 11.02.15 at 18:25last edited by rengel on 11.02.15 at 18:28
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Hey everyone,

I'm still more than fascinated about this pretty cool peace of software. Great!

Question:
What is the best way, when I want to use the cut songs mimic but add 10-15 seconds on both ends of each song? Can this be configured?


I also tried to disable that completely and to only make a cut based on the offset of the stream tag/info. I'm a little confused about this and remember being satisfied with what I head before an update.

Any help is much appreciated.
Regards,
Rainer
 
alex
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wrote on 12.02.15 at 15:35
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Hi!

What is the best way, when I want to use the cut songs mimic but add 10-15 seconds on both ends of each song? Can this be configured?

Look at this: https://streamwriter.org/de/wiki/artikel/settings/#cut
The textfield at the bottom can be used to append some seconds to start/end of the song.

I'm a little confused about this and remember being satisfied with what I head before an update.

The last updates did not change anything regarding recording/cutting of songs, there must be another reason.
LG/Best regards, Alex

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rengel
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wrote on 20.02.15 at 17:52
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I achieved best results, by deactivating the "search for silence" mimic and adjusting buffer and by offsetting the detected track changes..



It is/was a bit confusing that a tag change before the actual track starts is best configured that way. I would have thought that the change happens earlier than the track change and therefore it would be after detected change, but it works for me this way.

Thank you for your efforts and help.
Rainer
 
alex
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wrote on 21.02.15 at 02:51
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Nice to hear you got it working:-)!
LG/Best regards, Alex

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