[Audio info window]

(please move over the option/feature of your interest and then left click it...)

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> Stop current process

With this button you can stop current process during an operation. This button is disabled if no operation is currently running. NOTE - This button can be used (and will be enabled) only if execute scans and splits in a separate thread option of configuration window is checked.

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> Deep scan audio files to find errors

If this option is checked, all processed audio files will be scanned deeply to find errors in its waveform data. If this option is unchecked, no deep scan will be made. Scan an audio file deeply can take up several time. [Default = checked].

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> Scan a single audio file

With this button you can scan a single audio file. When you press "Choose single" an open dialog window appear, with the list of all supported audio file extension. If you select an audio file and click "Ok", it will be scanned and informations extracted will be displayed into the main textbox pane. If deep scan audio files to find errors is checked, audio file will be scanned deeply.

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> Scan audio files into a directory recursively

With this button you can traverse an entire directory recursively, and all supported audio files encountered will be scanned. When you press "Recursive scan" a browse for folder dialog appear and if you select and accept a directory, it will be scanned. If deep scan audio files to find errors is checked, audio files encountered, will be scanned deeply. For each supported audio file scanned, a text file containing all informations will be created in same directory (text filename = audio filename + .txt externsion). At the end of the process, into the main textbox pane, summary informations about recursive scan just executed will be displayed. Moreover, a file called "CUE_Splitter_Recursive_Scan_Report.txt" will be created into selected directory, with same summary informations. This option can be very useful to scan a large amount of audio files and detect any little error.

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