Fedora 35, Cinnamon spin
Audacity about screen - installed by dnf command
The Build Program build date: Apr 10 2022 Commit Id: ff6d67 of Wed Dec 22 16:35:36 2021 +0100 Build type: CMake Debug build (debug level 1), 64 bits Compiler: GCC 11.2.1 Installation Prefix: /usr Settings folder: /home/geir/.audacity-data Core Libraries wxWidgets (Cross-platform GUI library) 3.1.5 PortAudio (Audio playback and recording) v19 libsoxr (Sample rate conversion) Enabled File Format Support libmad (MP3 Importing) Enabled libvorbis (Ogg Vorbis Import and Export) Enabled libid3tag (ID3 tag support) Enabled libflac (FLAC import and export) Enabled libtwolame (MP2 export) Enabled QuickTime (Import via QuickTime) Disabled ffmpeg (FFmpeg Import/Export) Disabled gstreamer (Import via GStreamer) Disabled Features Theme (Dark Theme Extras) Disabled Nyquist (Plug-in support) Enabled LADSPA (Plug-in support) Enabled Vamp (Plug-in support) Enabled Audio Units (Plug-in support) Disabled VST (Plug-in support) Enabled LV2 (Plug-in support) Enabled PortMixer (Sound card mixer support) Enabled SoundTouch (Pitch and Tempo Change support) Enabled SBSMS (Extreme Pitch and Tempo Change support) Enabled
The problem is that I’m not able to import the audio successfully. I don’t get any error messages, but the resulting audio track does not seems to include any actual data - but get a length.
Things I’ve tried out / is done
- Tried different text encoding, including unicode and west european (but in limited number of attempts)
- Different line endings, both Windows and Linux line endings are tested, same result (use Geany for this and last point)
- Tried to replace all numbers to force 5 decimal places (just a random thing I did because I saw another forum thread where OP had used 5 decimals).
I don’t understand if there is something I do wrong here? I expect to see a wave curve (probably not pretty), but get nothing.
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