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  • Liradigital
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    Thanks. I’ll do it.

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  • Aaron
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    I'm not aware of software that can create these files directly. You need to put together a system that generates the analog signals (ILDA) and then sample them to audio files. Try the photolexicon forum for more information.

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  • Liradigital
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    Hello.
    Sorry for my ignorance, but I am interested too in the same question. Isn’t there any software that can do that?
    Thanks

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  • Aaron
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    Sorry I missed this post.

    Laserbox expects to see a 5-8 channel WAV file with the following channel assignments:
    1) X
    2) Y
    3) R
    4) G
    5) B

    We recommend a sample rate of 48kHz and a bit depth of 24-bits. Other formats will work as well.

    Laserbox cannot create these files directly. You will need a special interface to sample 5 channels at once or existing material to draw from.

    Let us know if you have other questions.

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  • ilya.n
    started a topic How to create your own "wave" files with images?

    How to create your own "wave" files with images?

    I am considering getting a tool(laser)box. What is the method for packing images into the "wave" files? What are the requirements for the images?
    Thanks!
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