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Opened by jzoss - 2003-04-30
Last edited by zagor - 2003-06-05

FS#1295 - Custom Recording Filenames

This patch allows the user to specify a custom
recording filename, using a syntax similar to WPS.

features


- can do centralized (absolute path) recording

    (e.g. /recordings/test.mp3)

- or decentralized (rel. to current dir) recording

    (e.g. test.mp3)

- can overwrite (using fixed filename)
- or not (using “variables” shown below)
- supports the following codes (case-insensitive):

    Timestamp
       * %ty, %tm, %td year / month / day
       * %th, %tn, %ts hour / minute / second
    Recording Settings
       * %rf, %rq frequency / quality
       * %rs, %rc source / channels
    Misc
       * %mi unique identifier (will place an

auto-incrementing counter in the %mi slot to guarantee
a unique filename)

  • %% (to display raw “%” character)

limitations


- will not create specified directory if doesn’t exist
(causes recording ABORT)
- similar, but not quite compatible with wps style
- after exiting recording screen, will always return to
ROOT directory. This is not necessarily desired
behavior for relative-path (decentralized) recordings.

Closed by  zagor
2003-06-05 11:15
Reason for closing:  Rejected
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Too complex solution for a rather simple problem. I prefer to
just make it possible for recorded files to end up in
the "current" directory. Then use the rename feature to call
the files whatever you like.

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zagor commented on 2003-06-05 11:15

Too complex solution for a rather simple problem. I prefer to
just make it possible for recorded files to end up in
the “current” directory. Then use the rename feature to call
the files whatever you like.

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