Difference between revisions of "Talk:Suggested Frequency Analysis Capabilities"

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"Currently there is a hard upper limit of 100KHz for the maximum visible frequency in the spectrogram view. Ьost users will have audio files with a sample rate of 192KHz or less, and that a 100KHz limit is a reasonable default computationally and memory wise, however a warning might be more appropriate than a hard limit. (request from bsmiller in the official forum, useful for bioacoustics)"
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<i>"Currently there is a hard upper limit of 100KHz for the maximum visible frequency in the spectrogram view. Ьost users will have audio files with a sample rate of 192KHz or less, and that a 100KHz limit is a reasonable default computationally and memory wise, however a warning might be more appropriate than a hard limit. (request from bsmiller in the official forum, useful for bioacoustics)"</i>
  
 
Do you mean sample rate or data rate? I don't think I've seen any audio files with 192k sample rate. Data rate, yes, putting the bandwidth of the music far below 100kHz.
 
Do you mean sample rate or data rate? I don't think I've seen any audio files with 192k sample rate. Data rate, yes, putting the bandwidth of the music far below 100kHz.
 
[[User:NT|NT]] 20:16, 10 October 2007 (PDT)
 
[[User:NT|NT]] 20:16, 10 October 2007 (PDT)

Latest revision as of 07:51, 11 October 2007

"Currently there is a hard upper limit of 100KHz for the maximum visible frequency in the spectrogram view. Ьost users will have audio files with a sample rate of 192KHz or less, and that a 100KHz limit is a reasonable default computationally and memory wise, however a warning might be more appropriate than a hard limit. (request from bsmiller in the official forum, useful for bioacoustics)"

Do you mean sample rate or data rate? I don't think I've seen any audio files with 192k sample rate. Data rate, yes, putting the bandwidth of the music far below 100kHz. NT 20:16, 10 October 2007 (PDT)