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Re: wav error

From: Bill Denney
Subject: Re: wav error
Date: Wed, 14 Dec 2005 14:28:05 -0500 (EST)

2.1.36 is a very old version of octave. I would suggest upgrading to the most recent version. If you're running windows, you can download cygwin at, click on the install cygwin now link at the top right, and select octave from the list of packages to install.


On Wed, 14 Dec 2005, Cesar Augusto Rodriguez wrote:

| I need your help.
| I can't read .wav files using wavread.m. Octave starts into int then crashes
| the error is like that :
| [s1,fs]=wavread('H:/biovoz/delphi/ocho.wav')
| Input file 'H:/biovoz/delphi/ocho.wav' is RIFF format:
|        Total length = 48036 bytes
|        Number of channels = 1
|        Sampling rate = 12500 Hz
| error: *** 8000 bytes per second looks wrong. Expect 25000
| error: evaluating if command near line 48, column 1
| error: called from `wavread' in file 
| thanks for your help.

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