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There is a supposedly a player for it, so you should be able to record its output (assuming it doesn't offer an export function). You'll want a Windows version of -os-x-virtual-audio-driver, I guess, or of Soundflower. that would allow you to capture the decoded waveform, and then capture that is a PCM file of such, and then compress it as per your preference. Its recorded voice, so your loss budget is (probably) going to be fine with the lossiness.




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It's possible to do that, but it's very difficult. You have to usea nicelog recorder which should, if possible, be at the same version like the version of the recorded tapes. Without that it's nearly impossible.


It's not getting any smarter out there. You have to come to terms with stupidity, and make it work for you. RE: Nice storage centre biglebowski (TechnicalUser)7 Apr 05 10:55I don't know if it has been fixed but when I worked with nice about 2 years ago there was a bug and we were told never to use nmf. check with the support guys in the minories. Are you suggesting coconuts migrate? RE: Nice storage centre mikeyb123 (Programmer)(OP)7 Apr 05 11:34hmmmnothing in this seems easy.... I found out how to get the calls back, and it seems our storage centre is set up to save everything as .nmf and not .audpoxy systems It's not getting any smarter out there. You have to come to terms with stupidity, and make it work for you. RE: Nice storage centre denazn (TechnicalUser)14 Apr 05 09:52There isn't an native NMF player as part of the applications. There is a special player that NICE support uses to play NMF files (which is actually part of the v.9 player).Otherwise, you can probably use the NMF explorer on the Storage Center itself. RE: Nice storage centre Safeauto (MIS)14 Jun 05 09:49Does anyone know how to enable the .aud format? In my storage center it has the nmf format dropdown box but it is grayed out? PLEASE HELP! RE: Nice storage centre AlmostMe (TechnicalUser)4 Jul 05 20:46I'm not sure how to select the storage format, I'm pretty sure it does mention it in the manual though.As to problems retrieving from the apps we've found you need to add the storage center into the CLS host file and the CLS into the storage center host file. Additionally if it is a network location the directory needs to have read access by all domain users.Another point to consider is that you cannot retrieve from the storage center using the web applications, a little trap we've experienced here. RE: Nice storage centre Safeauto (MIS)5 Jul 05 07:45well I figured out how to save as AUD. In the registry on the SC server there is a option for admin mode. U set it to 1 and gives u the option to save as aud. I dont know the reg off hand but if u need it i can find it for u. RE: Nice storage centre AlmostMe (TechnicalUser)5 Jul 05 16:26that's enough of a lead to keep me happy safe. I don't plan on ever changing the format though (unless of course a customer specifically requests it) as correct me if I'm wrong but I believe that NMF has better compression than AUD and is also obviously a more secure format, quite important if the directory that holds all these audio segments has read access to all domain users. RE: Nice storage centre tishimself (Vendor)2 Aug 05 21:34I would suggest keeping the NMF format as it removes silence from the file and adds it back in on playback. This is especially important if you havephone or open mic that are recording 24/7 regardless of Activity. Such as Trading Floor turrets. Just use the NMF Explorer as denazn suggested to playback calls you are unable to retrieve. googletag.cmd.push(function() googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1406030581151-2'); ); Red Flag This PostPlease let us know here why this post is inappropriate. Reasons such as off-topic, duplicates, flames, illegal, vulgar, or students posting their homework.CancelRed Flag SubmittedThank you for helping keep Tek-Tips Forums free from inappropriate posts.The Tek-Tips staff will check this out and take appropriate action.


Kicking off the series will be Norman psych rockers Helen Kelter Skelter, in their first such performance since the pandemic began. Guitarist and vocalist Eli Wimmer, bassist Aidan McCool, keyboard player Jon Goodell, guitarist Tim Gregory and drummer Scott Twitchell bring individual influences ranging from Jimi Hendrix and the Chainsaw Kittens to Nick Drake and Phillip Glass, and the result is a psych-tinged mix of instrumental mastery and thoroughly modern experimentation.


"Format Factory is a multifunctional media converter. Provides functions below: All to MP4/3GP/MPG/AVI/WMV/FLV/SWF. All to MP3/WMA/AMR/OGG/AAC/WAV. All to JPG/BMP/PNG/TIF/ICO/GIF/TGA. Rip DVD to video file , Rip Music CD to audio file. MP4 files support iPod/iPhone/PSP/BlackBerry format. Supports RMVB,Watermark, AV Mux.


Format Factory's Feature: 1 support converting all popular video,audio,picture formats to others. 2 Repair damaged video and audio file. 3 Reducing Multimedia file size. 4 Support iphone,ipod multimedia file formats. 5 Picture converting supports Zoom,Rotate/Flip,tags. 6 DVD Ripper. 7 Supports 56 languages"


On the Format Factory popup you will just click the "OK" button, unless of course you want to add another file. In this instructable, just click the "OK" button. The popup then will close and you will be backed to the main menu of Format Factory. At the top menu, select the "Start" button to start the media file conversion process


Depending upon the size of the file which you will convert, that will be time of the media file conversion process. In this instructable, it just took ten seconds (10 sec) to convert AMR audio file into MP3 format. After you saw the 0% became 100% or "Completed," you are now finished with your media file conversion. To see your converted file, just click the "Output Folder" at the top menu where your new converted file can be found. That's it! Life is still good to those who lived it right...


For more information and to receive news and updates on the acts performing, please visit the festival's website , follow #NMF22 on social media on Facebook @northamptonmusicfestival and Instagram @NNmusicfestival.


To get a comprehensive understanding of this process, we will take you through a gist of how the APG system creates a persona profile whose final goal is to accurately represent the audience segment of a social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram, YouTube or Google Analytics) by analyzing user interactions with the specified account holders content.


We sought to measure the response of cortisol concentrations around a professional tennis match and its association with hydration status and neuromuscular performance. Nine professional male tennis players were tested in a rest day, and 2-week after, during the first match of a professional tournament played in a clay-court. Salivary concentrations of cortisol (SalCC) were measured in a resting day (9:00 am and 8:00 pm), at the match day (9:00 am and 8:00 pm) and immediately before and after the match. Hydration status was assessed before the match (urine specific gravity; USG) while fluid turnover was tracked during the match. Finally, counter movement jump (CMJ) and handgrip isometric strength (HS) were measured before and after the match. SalCC, either in the morning (P = 0.161) and afternoon (P = 0.683) was similar in rest and match days. However, SalCC increased after the match (P = 0.033). Participants started the match hypohydrated (USG = 1.0260.002) and during the match lost 1.00.3% of body weight despite 1.0350.124 L/h of fluid ingested. CMJ and HS did not change post-match (P = 0.210 and P = 0.881, respectively). Correlations between the elevations in SalCC and dehydration (% BW loss) during the match were significant (r = -0.632; P = 0.034). Professional male tennis players did not show an anticipatory increase in SalCC the day of the match and neither signs of neuromuscular fatigue after it. During the match, the mild dehydration (i.e.,


Citation: López-Samanes Á, G. Pallarés J, Pérez-López A, Mora-Rodríguez R, Ortega JF (2018) Hormonal and neuromuscular responses during a singles match in male professional tennis players. PLoS ONE 13(4): e0195242.


Professional tennis tournaments (i.e. ATP, Challengers and Futures) are scheduled around the world with a tight calendar which implies competition almost every week of the year. Hence, for professional players the physiological challenge of prolonged and frequent trips adds to the neuromuscular and physiological demands during the competition[9]. To minimize and control the incidence of these demands and to ensure adequate recovery between matches and tournaments tennis players are commonly advised to use nutritional supplements during the season [10, 11] as well as to adequate their behavioral/chronobiological patterns (e.g. sleep-hygiene, training at the schedule of competitions) and recovery strategies (cold-water immersion, compression garments) to maximize performance)[9, 12].


It has been reported that extreme elevations of serum cortisol concentration may interfere with decision making which could in turn affect performance[19]. In amateur tennis players, Filaire et al., [8] found an anticipatory increase in SalCC the morning before a match of a regional tournament. In addition, the authors determined that those players who lost their match showed higher cortisol concentrations prior to the game in comparison to those who won their match. However, to our knowledge, similar findings as those described by Filaire et al., study [8] have not been conducted during professional tournaments where players are more experienced and money prizes are involved.


Hypohydration and dehydration could exacerbate the effects of repeated high-intensity efforts on the onset of NMF. Hornery et al., [26] found in amateur players that dehydration during a match from an international tournament was inversely correlated with serve tennis consistency (height of the tossing arm at ball release), which is a key component of serve velocity[27]. Their findings suggest a possible relationship between dehydration and NMF. On the other hand, in runner athletes, Maresh et al., [28]found a significant association between SalCC and hypohydration. The compiled evidence suggest a possible link between dehydration, increases in SalCC and NMF development. However, to our knowledge, this had not been fully investigated.


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