Hi. Trying something, making sounds from images (treated as spectrograms). The ARSS software is described as ideal for that, however, whatever I try, it still generates complete silence, nothing from the image is actually used. I’ve tried eighter coloured image and grayscale image, still the same. As for the grayscale, I tried 8bit grayscale BMP format, but that was discarded as unsupported format, so I sticked to 24bit color BMP format, with all three RGB channels the same (grayscale) - that was accepted, but still generates a silence. The image is 640x480 pixels large.
This is command line output from last used command:
C:\Users\nimrod\Pictures\.testing>arss fel_quake3arena_map.bmp fel_conv.wav -r 44100 -n -min 0 -max 22050 -f 16 The Analysis & Resynthesis Sound Spectrograph 0.2.3 Input file : fel_quake3arena_map.bmp Output file : fel_conv.wav Bands per octave : 0.462 Pixels per second [180.000]: Sound duration : 3.556 s 480/480 0.10 Hz - -214084266.67 Hz Processing time : 82.265 s Press Return to quit
What could I do wrong here? And does ARSS support coloured images (making stereo sound)?