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|03-27-2006, 14:15||#4 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2004
Location: 2 x SL45
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I tried the front-end but it hasn't the option to "not to normalize files" (to avoid annoying clicks during loud sounds)
Here is a little trick to use vmotowav from windows explorer double click (open) with the parameter -n activated
- copy vmo2wav.exe to a standard place (say c:\utils\vmo2wav.exe)
- double click on a *.vmo file
- on upcoming dialogs ("open with..") browse to vmo2wav and choose "always use this program to open these files"
- OK, close, open regedit.exe
- search for HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Applications\Vmo2wav.exe\shell\o pen\command
- add the "-n" value to the command portion
it should look like this :
@="C:\\Utils\\Vmo2wav.exe -n \"%1\""
Just simple as drinking water, double click vmo to get the wav in the same dir ;-)
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