I’m hoping to hack the Regular Interval Labels plug-in.
I am trying to recover corrupted wav files. The original recording had 8 mono channels. What I have recovered so far is now a single wav file comprised of hours worth of audio whereby there is a chunk of channel 1 followed by a chunk of channel 2, etc. to channel 8 and then back to channel 1. Each chunk is only a couple of seconds. The file is many hours long. So, a lot of chunks.
Each segment is exactly 98304 samples long. The Regular Interval Labels plug-in is exactly what I need to split it up, except it can only define segment lengths in seconds. I have tried to convert from samples to seconds in order to use the plug-in as is (the file is encoded in 44.1KHz and 98304 samples; 98304/44100 is about 2.22911564 seconds). Unfortunately, the plug-in does not appear to consider more than 2 digits after the decimal and so is not precise enough.
What I’m wondering is how difficult it would be to modify the plug-in to allow the interval to be designated in samples instead of or in addition to seconds? I have no experience programming plug-ins.