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How to save raw data as .wav file
archound last edited by
In my code I read an arbitrary .wav file, use filter operation on received data and analyze the signal.
However at the end I would like to save processed data to a new .wav file.
I've got raw data and sample rate - is there any build in set of Qt functions I can utilize in my project?
Or should I just make a mirror class to my "read wav" one?
(It was not wrote by me, but I can still understand it).
On this forum I've found sth like this:
But this is probably not what I am looking for.
I just do not want to waste my time if there is a simpler approach.
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kqt-mr-nv6 last edited by
There are no direct qt functions to write to a '.wav' file
you have to write as per standard WAV file format
use the code in the referred post