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0005428ardourbugspublic2013-04-02 05:05
Reporterdon3 Assigned To 
Status newResolutionopen 
Product Version3.0 
Summary0005428: Export range as 22.05-kHz wav produces 220.5-kHz file
DescriptionSteps to reproduce:

  - [Re]Move ~/.config/ardour3
  - Start jack with qjackctl, sample rate 44.1 kHz
  - Start Ardour, navigate initial setup screens, create new session.
  - Add one mono track.
  - Use range tool to select an arbitrary span of time (one second is enough).
  - Contect-click "Export Range..."; opens "Export Selection" dialog
  - Add a new format: File format = WAV; Sample rate = 22,05 kHz; Sample format = 16 bit; Dithering = none; Label = "lo-fi" (or whatever you like)
  - Click Save - back to Export Selection dialog.
  - Choose folder and label as desired. [I used "test".]
  - Open "Time span and channel options", set 1 channel (master Out-1) [not sure this is necessary to reproduce the issue]
  - Click Export.
  - When finished, examine the output file. For example:
      $ sndfile-info export/test_Selection.wav | grep 'Sample Rate'

Expected results:

  Sample Rate : 22050
Sample Rate : 22050

Actual results:

  Sample Rate : 220500
Sample Rate : 220500

Also, in the Export Selection dialog, the description after the format label reads ": WAV, 16bit, 22,5 kHz". It should be 22,05 kHz.
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2013-04-02 05:05

reporter   ~0014802

[Sorry, I forgot to include system info, and I don't see a way to edit the Description or Additional Information fields...]

system: Fedora 17 with CCRMA extensions
kernel: 3.4.9-1.rt17.1.fc17.ccrma.x86_64.rt


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Date Modified Username Field Change
2013-04-02 02:00 don3 New Issue
2013-04-02 05:05 don3 Note Added: 0014802