Cool Edit Pro: Restore WAV from TMP

Discussion in 'rec.audio.pro' started by Kasper Dziurdz, Aug 22, 2003.

  1. Hello!

    Yesterday I recorded a bootleg with Cool Edit Pro but forgot to set a
    timeout and so there was not enough disc space and the program crashed.
    I still have got the *.tmp file but when I open it as a WAV there are
    skips every 10 - 15 seconds. Is there a way to restore the recording?

    Thanks,

    Kasper

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  2. Sounds buggered to me. Record it again (Im guessing your transferring from
    MD or something).

    Paul

    "Kasper Dziurdz" <kasper@repsak.de> wrote in message
    news:6Qk1b.11615$gX4.117986@news.chello.at...
    > Hello!
    >
    > Yesterday I recorded a bootleg with Cool Edit Pro but forgot to set a
    > timeout and so there was not enough disc space and the program crashed.
    > I still have got the *.tmp file but when I open it as a WAV there are
    > skips every 10 - 15 seconds. Is there a way to restore the recording?
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > Kasper
    >
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    >
    > + ---------------------------- +
    > | Kopierschutz-Nein-Danke.de |
    > + ---------------------------- +
    >
  3. Paul Beauchamp wrote:
    > Sounds buggered to me. Record it again (Im guessing your transferring from
    > MD or something).


    I recorded it from radio :-(

    Kasper

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  4. Carey Carlan

    Carey Carlan Guest

    Kasper Dziurdz <kasper@repsak.de> wrote in
    news:6Qk1b.11615$gX4.117986@news.chello.at:

    > Hello!
    >
    > Yesterday I recorded a bootleg with Cool Edit Pro but forgot to set a
    > timeout and so there was not enough disc space and the program crashed.
    > I still have got the *.tmp file but when I open it as a WAV there are
    > skips every 10 - 15 seconds. Is there a way to restore the recording?


    If you leave it intact where it was, CEP will see it as a busted session
    and attempt to recover it on next startup. That worked in 1.2, failed in
    2.0 and works again in 2.1.

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