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Re: [digsstv] precoding pics

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  • Dave Jones
    DIGTRX will automatically save any split file for sending at a later time. However, only the last split file is saved. When you load a new split file, it
    Message 1 of 3 , Nov 1, 2004
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      DIGTRX will automatically save any split file for sending at a later time.
      However, only the last split file is saved. When you load a new split file,
      it overwrites the one previously created. At this time, DIGTRX does not
      allow the split files to be "save as precoded".

      73 Dave KB4YZ

      wd4kpd wrote:

      >am precoding and saving for later use in 2.04d and having no problems.
      >
      >HOW DOES ONE PRECODE AND SAVE FOR LATER USE A "SPLIT" PIC ?
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      >DAVID
      >WD4KPD
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    • wd4kpd
      ... later time. ... split file, ... does not ... tks dave.... figured a way around it...the split files are kept in the tx-split directory. i have not tried
      Message 2 of 3 , Nov 1, 2004
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        --- In digsstv@yahoogroups.com, Dave Jones <djones@t...> wrote:
        > DIGTRX will automatically save any split file for sending at a
        later time.
        > However, only the last split file is saved. When you load a new
        split file,
        > it overwrites the one previously created. At this time, DIGTRX
        does not
        > allow the split files to be "save as precoded".
        >
        > 73 Dave KB4YZ
        >
        > wd4kpd wrote:
        >

        tks dave....

        figured a way around it...the split files are kept in the tx-split
        directory. i have not tried it yet, but wonder if you send the first
        part, if the second etc. will auto follow as it does when you split
        it in the jp2 converter/split file mode.

        when using the jp2 converter, everytime a file is saved, the program
        is closed..this is annoying when trying to convert many files. i
        wonder if the author would make this possible, or have a seperate
        program outside of digitrx to do this.

        david
        wd4kpd
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