workergthiii wrote:I have a project that require command line arguments that will produce subliminal message file.
Something just crossed my mind – just for the sake of explanation, I'm going to simplify your command line to:
Audacity.exe InputFile.wav OutputDirectory
and we are going to imagine someone sitting at a terminal typing that in at the commandline; Audacity imports the wave file, automatically processes it with a Nyquist effect then exports an MP3 in the specified directory. In the process Audacity's GUI opens up and, while the process is "hands-free", the operator must wait until Audacity is finished processing and exporting then must exit Audacity via the GUI. At this time, this is what you have asked me to provide (although I suspect it is not what you really need).
At a bare minimum I suspect that you would like Audacity to close automatically after exporting the MP3. I also suspect that you really want to process multiple wave files in something that resembles an unattended process (I suspect you're hoping to run with a batch file). Using a batch file (at least on Windows commandline) will not work in this instance without some special programming because only one instance of Audacity may be open at a time and a batch file does not wait for Audacity to exit before processing the next line.
Audacity may already have what you need built-in; look at the Chains feature.
workergthiii wrote:I was able to get the time line increase until the end of the month, and also may have someone to compile the Linux version? How is jury duty going? Let me know if this will work?
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