Help With DSD Switches

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G0HLJ

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I am looking at the DSD Help file and I see the following switches.

-P<T|R|B><wav|mp3> Also create per-call wav or mp3 files
<T|R|B>: add talkgroup, radio or both aliases to file names


Am I correct in thinking that these will create an audio file only when Audio is present ?
If so, I just want to create an mp3 file with just the Radio to the file name but I cannot figure out the full command.

I have tried numerous combinations such as -PR|mp3 but cannot gt it to work.

Any help would be appreciated.
 
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Update:
I have managed to figure it out for now -Pmp3 is working for now
 

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I find -PTmp3 preferential, as it throws TGID in the filename of the active talkgroup.
 

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-PBmp3
for both TG and RID
So to include both, would I put this into the bat file
dsdplus.exe -O TEST2.mp3 -PBmp3

and would both be appended to the TEST2 filename ?
 
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So to include both, would I put this into the bat file
dsdplus.exe -O TEST2.mp3 -PBmp3

and would both be appended to the TEST2 filename ?
Just like this will work.
dsdplus.exe -O -PBmp3
adding
-O NUL
will stop the continuous wave file that gets created.
CC-Record & VC-Record are the default folders created in the working DSD+ directory..
Sub folders are created within by date..
 
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Just like this will work.
dsdplus.exe -O -PBmp3
adding
-O NUL
will stop the continuous wave file that gets created.
CC-Record & VC-Record are the default folders created in the working DSD+ directory..
Sub folders are created within by date..
As well as RECORD & 1R-RECORD.

I wonder how many poor sods are out there with massive multi-gigabyte files bloating up their HDs (and backups) because DSD+ defaults to creating a continuous wave file upon program launch? Weird default, I think... :ROFLMAO:
 
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