DSD+ (Show and save info)

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Saint

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I was wondering if there is a way for DSD+ to save to a file just the Talkgroups and Id's for the system I am decoding, everything goes by so fast in the widows I did not see if there are lines with the talkgroup and Id's, I would like to be able to go into the log and see what talkgroups come up and what Id's belong to the talkgroup.
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You want to look at the *.srt files dsdplus creates.

This file in my opinion is one of the coolest features of dsdplus.
The srt file is a subtext file.

It has the TG and radio ID for each transmission and the point in time in the wav.

If you listen to wav files created by dsdplus with a media player that supports subtext it will display the data on the screen while you listen to the wav.

It makes an entry once per second of the transmission.
Sample:
Code:
4
00:00:03,000 --> 00:00:04,000
2014/04/03 19:12:54
-P25p1  NAC=222  TG=1C89/7305  RID=4196001

5
00:00:04,000 --> 00:00:05,000
2014/04/03 19:12:55
-P25p1  NAC=222  TG=1C89/7305  RID=4196001

6
00:00:05,000 --> 00:00:06,000
2014/04/03 19:12:56
-P25p1  NAC=222  TG=1C89/7305  RID=4196001

7
00:00:06,000 --> 00:00:07,000
2014/04/03 19:12:57
-P25p1  NAC=222  TG=1C89/7305  RID=4196001

8
00:00:07,000 --> 00:00:08,000
2014/04/03 19:13:00
-P25p1  NAC=222  TG=1C89/7305  RID=4206057

9
00:00:08,000 --> 00:00:09,000
2014/04/03 19:13:01
-P25p1  NAC=222  TG=1C89/7305  RID=4206057
 

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Great Information

You want to look at the *.srt files dsdplus creates.

This file in my opinion is one of the coolest features of dsdplus.
The srt file is a subtext file.

It has the TG and radio ID for each transmission and the point in time in the wav.

If you listen to wav files created by dsdplus with a media player that supports subtext it will display the data on the screen while you listen to the wav.

It makes an entry once per second of the transmission.
Sample:
Code:
4
00:00:03,000 --> 00:00:04,000
2014/04/03 19:12:54
-P25p1  NAC=222  TG=1C89/7305  RID=4196001

5
00:00:04,000 --> 00:00:05,000
2014/04/03 19:12:55
-P25p1  NAC=222  TG=1C89/7305  RID=4196001

6
00:00:05,000 --> 00:00:06,000
2014/04/03 19:12:56
-P25p1  NAC=222  TG=1C89/7305  RID=4196001

7
00:00:06,000 --> 00:00:07,000
2014/04/03 19:12:57
-P25p1  NAC=222  TG=1C89/7305  RID=4196001

8
00:00:07,000 --> 00:00:08,000
2014/04/03 19:13:00
-P25p1  NAC=222  TG=1C89/7305  RID=4206057

9
00:00:08,000 --> 00:00:09,000
2014/04/03 19:13:01
-P25p1  NAC=222  TG=1C89/7305  RID=4206057
Can't thank you enough for the information, I started DSD+ and it saved the audio to the .wav file and also all the information in the .srt file. I tried to use Windows Media Player to play it back but when I load the .wav file and click play nothing happens. So I opened the .wav file VLC Media player and it plays back ok but I see no data when the wav file plays, can you help me with this problem.
Steve
 

deboe

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Try changing the visualization in VLC, I think the default one does not show the subtext.
 
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