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By: RĂ©mi Gribonval on 2008-02-18 11:40
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The mpview command line outputs a .flt file, which is just a raw file. To plot it with Matlab you can use the mpview.m utility which should be able to load it.

A priori I think .wav files can handle any sampling frequency. If you are able to load your data in Matlabe, just try the wavwrite command in Matlab to export them to wav.

Best regards.

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By: Clothilde Melot on 2008-02-18 10:39
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Dear MPTK team

First I just let down the Matlab interface and use the "normal" MPTk et everything is working much better ! I am going to start with my own signals.
But then I have two little questions

-to get a time frequency map I used the mpview command and it is giving a flt file. How can I plot an image with this kind of file using Linux ?

-about the .wav format, is the sampling frequency a critical thing ? our data are normally sampled at about 500-1000 Hz. How do you think we should convert it in .wav ?

Thank you very much by advance
with best
Clothilde