topbanner_forum
  *

avatar image

Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.
Did you miss your activation email?

Login with username, password and session length
  • September 24, 2018, 05:18 AM
  • Proudly celebrating 13 years online.
  • Donate now to become a lifetime supporting member of the site and get a non-expiring license key for all of our programs.
  • donate

Author Topic: Audio reproductor to see the date-time of the sound  (Read 472 times)

Contro

  • Participant
  • Joined in 2007
  • *
  • Posts: 3,185
    • View Profile
    • Donate to Member
Audio reproductor to see the date-time of the sound
« on: August 23, 2018, 07:15 AM »
In windows the creation data presents in properties the data the file was created and the hour , minutes and seconds.
So I think is possible, to determine in an audio , the hour-minute and second of every moment.

Do you know an audio reproductor that presents the every moment while the audio is playing ?

Best Regards
 :-*

IainB

  • Supporting Member
  • Joined in 2008
  • **
  • Posts: 7,192
  • Slartibartfarst
    • View Profile
    • Read more about this member.
    • Donate to Member
Re: Audio reproductor to see the date-time of the sound
« Reply #1 on: August 23, 2018, 09:42 AM »
In windows the creation data presents in properties the data the file was created and the hour , minutes and seconds.
So I think is possible, to determine in an audio , the hour-minute and second of every moment.
Do you know an audio reproductor that presents the every moment while the audio is playing ?
Best Regards
 :-*

Go to this DCF discussion: Searching for information in audio notes in OneNote.
MS OneNote users are able to search for decipherable words and phrases in audio clips saved to OneNote. ON starts to index these audio tracks for decipherable spoken words/phrases, as soon as an audio file is saved into ON. It will do this for audio/video files also.  The ON search function will list the indexed Notebook pages with audio file(s) containing the words/phrases being searched for.
Clicking on the audio file (an attachment icon) on the relevant Notebook page will play the audio recording.

Furthermore, if there is also a documented transcript of the audio, under the saved audio file, showing the minutes and seconds of each spoken phrase, then OneNote will move a selector bar down the transcript, line-by line as the audio is playing. If the user clicks on any particular line at any chosen minute/second, then OneNote will immediately jump to and play from that line onwards.

This seemed to be an amazingly powerful set of functionality, one which I literally stumbled upon by chance, not having previously seen it documented anywhere.

Contro

  • Participant
  • Joined in 2007
  • *
  • Posts: 3,185
    • View Profile
    • Donate to Member
Re: Audio reproductor to see the date-time of the sound
« Reply #2 on: August 23, 2018, 04:51 PM »
Certainly seems a very interesting option about some post in this forum in the past about transcription to text of conversations.
I will take a look because is very interesting.
Also I am investigating if programs like kmplayer or vlc media player are able to recognize the date of creation/hour/minute/second of creation. Because if we know the duration of the audio seems possible to determine every moment.


Contro

  • Participant
  • Joined in 2007
  • *
  • Posts: 3,185
    • View Profile
    • Donate to Member
Re: Audio reproductor to see the date-time of the sound
« Reply #3 on: August 24, 2018, 05:40 AM »
In windows the creation data presents in properties the data the file was created and the hour , minutes and seconds.
So I think is possible, to determine in an audio , the hour-minute and second of every moment.
Do you know an audio reproductor that presents the every moment while the audio is playing ?
Best Regards
 :-*

Go to this DCF discussion: Searching for information in audio notes in OneNote.
MS OneNote users are able to search for decipherable words and phrases in audio clips saved to OneNote. ON starts to index these audio tracks for decipherable spoken words/phrases, as soon as an audio file is saved into ON. It will do this for audio/video files also.  The ON search function will list the indexed Notebook pages with audio file(s) containing the words/phrases being searched for.
Clicking on the audio file (an attachment icon) on the relevant Notebook page will play the audio recording.

Furthermore, if there is also a documented transcript of the audio, under the saved audio file, showing the minutes and seconds of each spoken phrase, then OneNote will move a selector bar down the transcript, line-by line as the audio is playing. If the user clicks on any particular line at any chosen minute/second, then OneNote will immediately jump to and play from that line onwards.

This seemed to be an amazingly powerful set of functionality, one which I literally stumbled upon by chance, not having previously seen it documented anywhere.
In the VLC video player forum answer this is not easy. But i will continue investigating.
I think is possible.
 :-*

Contro

  • Participant
  • Joined in 2007
  • *
  • Posts: 3,185
    • View Profile
    • Donate to Member
Re: Audio reproductor to see the date-time of the sound
« Reply #4 on: August 27, 2018, 03:27 AM »
I am investigating in the audacity forum.
Exist a plugin for this.
 :-*

KodeZwerg

  • Member
  • Joined in 2018
  • **
  • Posts: 167
    • View Profile
    • Donate to Member
Re: Audio reproductor to see the date-time of the sound
« Reply #5 on: August 27, 2018, 09:11 AM »
I surely have no Idea of what you are talking about,

the parts i understood lead me to two options: Dictate Applications or Karaoke. Does that give any sence?

Contro

  • Participant
  • Joined in 2007
  • *
  • Posts: 3,185
    • View Profile
    • Donate to Member
Re: Audio reproductor to see the date-time of the sound
« Reply #6 on: August 27, 2018, 03:33 PM »
I surely have no Idea of what you are talking about,

the parts i understood lead me to two options: Dictate Applications or Karaoke. Does that give any sence?
I am not searching for transcription applications from audio to text.
 :P