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kemon
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wav file recording

Post by kemon » Tue Aug 06, 2019 4:53 am

Hi to all.
sdruno can record wav file only? for I/Q recording is too huge for me😂😂
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VK3MHZ
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Re: wav file recording

Post by VK3MHZ » Tue Aug 06, 2019 10:01 am

It would be great if SDRUno also included a record function that allowed you to record the current audio on the current frequency to a wav file. Maybe one day. I am not a programmer so I don't know the implications of adding such features.

All this aside, you can still record audio from SDRuno with the use of Virtual Cable, you download it here: https://www.vb-audio.com/Cable/
For recording you can download OcenAudio, which is free: https://www.ocenaudio.com/ Windows, Mac and Linux versions available.
It can record in many formats and sample rates at bit rates of 16, 24 and 32 bits. The program gets updated regularly, and offers many great features such as the ability to run VST plugins. If you so desired you could add compression or limiting or even EQ to the audio track later on.

In the preferences (Edit > Preferences > Sound) if running Windows select 'Direct Sound' and the output device, I use an external audio interface, so I have the audio output set to it, see pic below:
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kemon
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Re: wav file recording

Post by kemon » Tue Aug 06, 2019 6:09 pm

VK3MHZ wrote:
Tue Aug 06, 2019 10:01 am
It would be great if SDRUno also included a record function that allowed you to record the current audio on the current frequency to a wav file. Maybe one day. I am not a programmer so I don't know the implications of adding such features.

All this aside, you can still record audio from SDRuno with the use of Virtual Cable, you download it here: https://www.vb-audio.com/Cable/
For recording you can download OcenAudio, which is free: https://www.ocenaudio.com/ Windows, Mac and Linux versions available.
It can record in many formats and sample rates at bit rates of 16, 24 and 32 bits. The program gets updated regularly, and offers many great features such as the ability to run VST plugins. If you so desired you could add compression or limiting or even EQ to the audio track later on.

In the preferences (Edit > Preferences > Sound) if running Windows select 'Direct Sound' and the output device, I use an external audio interface, so I have the audio output set to it,
Thanks for the informations, planning to set it up using virtual cable later on.

I do record wav file using other software. furthermore I recorded it file using audacity, rspduo capable to set audio output right and left, so i got two record (2 tuner different band) ... right left.. but sdruno can't record wav file 😭
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