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FS#1295 - Custom Recording Filenames

Attached to Project: Rockbox
Opened by Jeremy Zoss (jzoss) - Wednesday, 30 April 2003, 04:21 GMT
Last edited by Björn Stenberg (zagor) - Thursday, 05 June 2003, 11:15 GMT
Task Type Patches
Category
Status Closed
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Severity Low
Priority Normal
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Details

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

features
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- 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
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- 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.
This task depends upon

Closed by  Björn Stenberg (zagor)
Thursday, 05 June 2003, 11:15 GMT
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.
Comment by Björn Stenberg (zagor) - Thursday, 05 June 2003, 11:15 GMT

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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